Some examples of being sexually harassed include when someone does the following, whether it's a student or an adult:
Other prohibited behaviors include:
Adult-to-student abusive misconduct
Sexual harassment against a student is most often initiated by a student against a student, but it can be initiated by adults in a position of power or influence over the student being harassed. Also prohibited is abusive misconduct that appears to be cultivating an inappropriate relationship between an adult and student that could lead to sexual harassment or assault, such as: inviting a student to travel or go somewhere alone with a school employee for reasons not related to school business without parent or guardian permission; giving a student gifts, money, privileges or other favors beyond the customary school employee-student relationship; engaging in or condoning a student’s improper use of school computers or use of the Internet regarding sex-themed content not related to approved instruction or curriculum; drinking alcohol or taking drugs in front of students without their parent/guardian’s presence or permission or permitting students to do the same at school-sponsored activities, the employee’s residence, or in any school-related context.
There is no such thing as consensual sexual interactions between a student and a DoDEA employee, volunteer, or other adult in a position of power and influence over a student, even if the student is of the legal age of consent.