• many different children engaging in bullying behaviors

    There are many different types of undersirable behaviors that students of all ages engage in.  Some of these behaviors amount to bullying, others do not.  In this unique time in our history, certian behaviors are appearing more frequently due to the nature of distance learning.  Please review the handy fact sheets below created by the PACER National Bullying Prevention Center about the intersection between Covid19, Distance Learning, and Cyberbullying.  

     

    What You Should Know - Covid 19 & Cyberbullying

    Lo que debe saber acerca de COVID 19  y Cyberbullying

    Elementary / Estudiantes de las escuelas primarias

    Middle & High School / Estudiantes de Secundaria y Preparatoria

    Parents & Caregivers / Padres

     

     

     

    Additionally, please take advantage of the plethora of other resources we have provided to broaden our understanding of bullying and the best practices for students, faculty and families.  

Bullying Resources

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