BULLY PREVENTION PLAN
It is everyone’s responsibility
Please take some time to discuss as a family.
Research shows that the most important ingredient for stopping bullying in schools is the need for everyone to have a clear understanding of what bullying is for choosing intimidation to solve a problem or conflict. Here is a summary of what bullying is and what the consequences will be. Please make sure that you read the complete Students Rights and Responsibilities handbook for the complete information regarding bullying and discipline.
Bullying: unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. In order to be considered bullying, the behavior must be aggressive and include:
Types of Bullying
It is important to note that all staff members will report any possible bullying allegations to the Administration. The Administration will investigate the incidents and handle the situation appropriately.
Our students have been instructed to that it is everyone’s responsibility stop bullying at school. All students have been asked to make sure that they report any bullying incidents that they see, hear about, or that they are the victim of during school and/or riding the school bus. Parents, please do your part and encourage your child(ren) to do their part as well.
What to cover with your child:
Sometimes our classmates or people may choose to be unkind to us by (not an inclusive list):
If someone is bothering or being unkind to you over and over by (not an inclusive list):
Then you need to carry out the following strategies:
When do I report that person (bullying) to an adult?
When the person continues bothering you and you have tried to be a problem solver. If you have done that and the behavior still continues then you have permission to get help from an adult. Students can also make a report and submit a Bullying Form.