Elmwood School District. Bullying prevention in our school. What is bullying? Is it really different t han fighting or arguing?. LET’S COMPARE. FIGHTING/ARGUING IS…….…. BULLYING IS……………………….
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Bullying prevention in our school
Is it really different
than fighting or arguing?
Exchange (verbal or physical) that is unfriendly and is monopolized by one person or group of people.
One party has more verbal, mental or physical “power” than the other.
Meant to cause harm to the other party.
State Law requires that every school district have an anti-bullying policy actively in place. Elmwood has chosen to use the OLWEUS anti-bullying program.
OHIO REVISED CODE
The OLWEUS program has been found to reduce bullying among children, improve the social climate of classrooms, and reduce related antisocial behaviors.
Designed, implemented and researched by Clemson University
Endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics
Trained OLWEUS teams on-site at Elmwood.
One of few programs that involve parents at all levels.
Results indicate a need for;
To support our overall efforts to create a safe and healthy
learning environment for all Elmwood students,
you are being included as a key participant on your child’s
Every student gets to be the bucket
person at least once during the school
During their week, other students
in the classroom write down the nice
things they notice that person doing
or saying, then put their note in the bucket.
At then end of the week, it
is read aloud for everyone to hear.
In this way, children learn to desire
positive attention from their peers.
Student who is bullied – the one who receives the mistreatment.
Student who bullies – the one who starts the bullying and takes an active part.
The follower – student who takes an active part, but does not start it.
Supporter –supports the bullying behavior,
but does not take an active part.
not display open support.
Disengaged onlooker – Watches what happens,
but does not take a stand.
Possible defender – Dislikes the bullying and think
they should help, but does not.
Defender –dislikes the bullying and tries to
help the person being bullied.