Bully Free Schools. K-6 Bullying Prevention Program Faculty Update March 2008. In February 2003 declared “that bullying disrupts a school’s ability to educate students and threatens public safety by creating an atmosphere in which such behavior can escalate into violence”.
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Bully Free Schools
K-6 Bullying Prevention Program
In February 2003 declared “that bullying disrupts a school’s ability to educate students and threatens public safety by creating an atmosphere in which such behavior can escalate into violence”
By September 2004 require every district to have policy that addresses bullying and ensures protection of the right of all students to learn in a safe and supportive environment free from harassment, intimidation or bullying.
“The Cranston Public Schools recognizes that each student, staff member, teacher, and administrator has a right to attend/or work in schools, that are safe and secure and are conducive to learning, free from threat of physical or emotional harm, actual or implied. It is the policy of the CPS that harassment and/or bullying of students by other students, personnel, or the public will not be tolerated.”
“This policy is in effect while students are on school grounds or property immediately adjacent , using school transportation, at bus stops, or attending school-sponsored activities, and while away from school grounds if the misconduct directly affects the good order, efficient management, and welfare of the school district.”
Bullying occurs when an individual or group, while at school, intentionally assaults, batters, threatens, harasses, stalks, menaces, intimidates, extorts, humiliates, taunts, shuns or maliciously spreads rumors about others or participates in the organizing of others to engage in any of the aforementioned.
treating with disrespect
tormenting (i.e.hiding books, threatening gestures)
Pushing, kicking, hitting, any use of violence
racial taunts, graffiti, gestures
unwanted physical attention or contact, sexually abusive comments
focusing on sexuality or sexual preference
“Any incidences of abusive behavior ( verbal, written or physical) including, but not limited to, bullying, harassment, (including sexual harassment as defined by CPS policy #5141.31), blackmail, extortion, intimidation, threats, unwanted physical contact of any kind or fighting will be addressed in accordance with the language regarding such contained in both the secondary and elementary editions of the CPS Disciplinary Policy and Procedure Handbook.”
Identify bully behavior
Keep log of incidents
Deal consistently with bullying incidents
Educate 1st time offender
Beware of punishment
Sanction if warranted
Intervene/do not minimize
Do not force to face bully
Stop Bullying Now!