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HIB (Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying) . Alpine School . NEW LAW. On January 5, 2011 Governor Christie signed into law the “Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights” The new law went into effect September 2011 It amends the 2002 anti-bullying law . Key changes in the new law .

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new law
NEW LAW
  • On January 5, 2011 Governor Christie signed into law the “Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights”
  • The new law went into effect September 2011
  • It amends the 2002 anti-bullying law
key changes in the new law
Key changes in the new law
  • There is a new definition of bullying
  • It clarifies responsibility for conduct away from school grounds
  • It creates School Safety Teams in each school
  • It requires an Anti-Bullying Specialist in every school
  • It requires an Anti-Bullying Coordinator for each district
  • It requires new investigation, reporting, discipline, and appeal procedures
  • It has new state reporting requirements on incidents of bullying
  • It has new grading procedures for schools and districts
anti bullying coordinator
Anti-Bullying Coordinator
  • The anti-bullying coordinator strengthens district HIB policy to prevent, identify, and address HIB
  • Meets with the anti-bullying specialists
  • Provides data, in collaboration with the superintendent to the NJDOE
anti bullying specialist heather yanoff for alpine elementary school
Anti-Bullying Specialist Heather Yanoff for Alpine Elementary School
  • Chairs the SST
  • Leads the investigation of reported HIB cases
  • Acts as the primary school official responsible for preventing, identifying, and addressing incidents of HIB in the school
school safety team
School Safety Team
  • Formed to develop, foster, and maintain a positive school climate, including HIB issues
  • Includes principal, teachers, and parents
what is bullying
What is bullying?

Normal Conflict

  • Involves people with similar degrees of power
  • Involves a mutual disagreement or differencein interests or goals
  • Is reciprocal; both parties participate in the conflict
  • Both parties are responsible for wrongdoing
  • Can be fairly resolved by compromise

Bullying

  • Involves an imbalance of power
  • Is one-sided
  • Involves hurtful behavior on behalf of one party against another
  • Bully is responsible for wrongdoing
  • The intent is to physically or emotionally hurt someone
what you can do if you suspect your child is bullying others
What you can do if you suspect your child is bullying others
  • Discuss school rules and behavior expectations with your child
  • Discuss alternatives to aggressive behavior
  • Establish consequences for negative behaviors
  • Report any incidents of bullying behaviors to school officials, even if your child is the one engaging in those behaviors
how do you know if your child is being bullied
How do you know if your child is being bullied?

There are many questions you can ask yourself.

  • Does my child fear going to school?
  • Does my child have friends?
  • Does my child seem unhappy or insecure or have low self-esteem?
  • Does my child talk about “nobody liking her” or “not having any friends?”
what you can do if your child is being bullied
What you can do if your child is being bullied
  • You can role play with your child and discuss ways they can respond to a bully
  • You can teach your child that telling on those who bully should not be considered tattling
  • You can tell your child to stick with a group, bullies rarely target kids in groups
  • You can talk to a school administrator about the situation
reporting hib
Reporting HIB
  • Report all bullying complaints to the anti-bullying specialist, Heather Yanoff
  • All complaints must be investigated and reported and all parents involved will be contacted
anti bullying specialist
Anti-Bullying Specialist

Mrs. Heather Yanoff

Heather.yanoff@sparta.org