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A Week to Protect the Weak. Alternative Policies By J.P., Eliana, Eva, Ben and Danny. Summary Main Points. Four policies being proposed. Anti Bullying/ Pro-Friendship Week in which students will participate. Volunteer Hall Monitor System to help catch bullying/bullies in the act.

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A week to protect the weak

A Week to Protect the Weak

Alternative Policies

By J.P., Eliana, Eva, Ben and Danny


Summary main points

Summary Main Points

  • Four policies being proposed.

  • Anti Bullying/ Pro-Friendship Week in which students will participate.

  • Volunteer Hall Monitor System to help catch bullying/bullies in the act.

  • Changing Report System to make it easier and more confidential to report a bullying case/bully.

  • Peer Jury to allow kids to see the severity of bullying.


Survey data graphs

Survey Data/Graphs


Interviews

Interviews

  • Dr. Olsen, Principal-Elm Place Middle School

  • Mr.Swanson, Principal-Highland Park High School

  • Mr. Neiberg, Student Services Representative-Waukegan High School

  • Ms. Ferrari, Principal-Northwood Middle School

  • We found that, when asked, the majority of the people we interviewed said that it was essential to fix the reporting system and make it better.

  • “I think now if students aren’t able to feel comfortable to report a problem, that’s definitely a problem.” ~Dr.Olsen, Principal-Elm Place Middle School


Video clip

Video Clip


Visuals

Visuals


Bibliography

Bibliography

1. "COMMITTEES MUDDLE THROUGH BUSY WEEK."Illinois Association Of School Boards. IASB, March 5,2010. Web. 11 Mar 2011. <http://www.iasb.com/govrel/alr9648.cfm>.

2. Harris, Sharon. "News." PenkinTimes. Penkin Daily Times, April 3, 2009. Web. 11 Mar 2011. <http://www.pekintimes.com/news/education/x1931057841/Fight-against-bullying-in-schools-continues>.

3. Limber , Susan. "State Laws and Policies to Address Bullying in Schools." School Psychology Review 32. (2003): n. pag. Web. 11 Mar 2011. <http://www.questia.com/googleScholar.qst?docId=5002058659>.


Picture bibliography

Picture Bibliography

  • "Bullying." Welcome To My World. Web. 16 Mar. 2011. <http://irishgreeneyes-welcometomyworld.blogspot.com/2011/02/bullying.html>.

    2. First News Children's Newspaper - Official Site. Web. 16 Mar. 2011. <http://www.firstnews.co.uk/>.

    3. Welcome to the Media Workshop | Southampton. Web. 16 Mar. 2011. <http://www.mpmw.co.uk/>.


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