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Title: Bullying and Harassment


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Bullying and Harassment
Sticks and stones can break your bones, but words
can never hurt you.
2
  • What Is Bullying?
  • When teasing becomes hurtful, unkind, and
    consistent it crosses the line.
  • Bullying is intentional tormenting in physical,
    verbal, or psychological ways.
  • We have to take bullying seriously.
    The results of bullying can be very traumatic to
    the victim.

3
Hey, did you hear, Kay Kanupp was seen with Jamie
Warrington at the Babys R Us buying a baby
cribHmmmmmm
  • Cyber-bullying
  • Facebook
  • Myspace
  • Email

4

Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold Columbine High
School Shooting
Jeffrey James "Jeff" Weise Red Lake Senior High
Shooting
5
Columbine news clip videos
6

Columbine news clip videos
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Jan 2006-Seminole County, Florida, Chris Penley,
age 15, was killed by a SWAT member during a
stand off at Milwee Middle School after Chris
brought a gun to school.
8

Bullying has serious physical and mental health
consequences Increase in drop out
rates Depression and a higher rate of
suicide Attendance issues at school Poorer
academic performance in school Adults more
likely than others to suffer from long term
effects
9
Nearly 1 in 3 students is involved in bullying
behaviors Since 2009, bullying behaviors have
increased by 5 Kids who are obese, gay, or
have disabilities are up to 63 more likely to be
bullied than other children 61.6 of students
who are bullied are picked on because of their
looks or speech Physical violence is at a higher
percent than non-physical Boys are more likely
than girls to bully others Bullying begins in
elementary school, peaks in middle school, and
falls off in high school.
10
One mother made a difference
2008 The Jeffrey Johnston Stand up for All
Students Act was enacted after a 3 year battle
11
Debbie Johnston video
12
Who is responsible?
In 2008 Florida Legislature ordered local school
boards to enact anti-bullying policies
(1006.147)
Worth nothing without proper training
13
Cleveland, Ohio Being sued for failure to protect
Sladjana Vidovic who took her own life from being
the victim of bullying Parents of bully victims
fight back by suing Fairfield, Ohio School
District -by not preventing a bully from the
constant taunting and attacks of her daughter,
the school showed "reckless disregard" for her
safety Family Sues Grafton High School of York,
Virginia He didnt have to die if the people
responsible for keeping him safe had done their
job

NEW YORK SCHOOL HIT WITH 11 MILLION RULING  FOR
FAILURE TO PROTECT STUDENT FROM ATTACKS
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School sued-video clips
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Anyone can be a bully Can you pick out the bully?
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  • Staff Training
  • Employees must buy in to no tolerance
    for bullying
  • Review annually, remind even more
  • Talk to the students about bullying
  • Document, Document, Document
  • Deal with issues quickly

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  • Some signs are obvious
  • Physical assault on another child
  • Damaging property
  • Bossing other students with verbal commands
  • Making intimidating gestures
  • Commenting on others that are different
  • Bragging about causing harm to others
  • Some signs are not obvious
  • A model student in front of adults
  • Seem popular and well liked by others

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  • Know the signs to watch for
  • Standing alone at the stop, away from group
  • Gets on the bus with torn or dirty clothing
  • Sits alone, withdrawn, no interaction
  • Emotional, angry outburst
  • Cuts or bruises
  • Quick to leave the bus and doesnt wait for the
    other students

If the bus operator or assistant suspects
bullying they must get involved
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Resources Education.com JefferyJohnston.org Phill
y.com Flsenate.gov history1900s.about.com http//w
ww.allaboutrace.com/2009/04/13/bullied-11-year-old
-boy-scout-kills-himself/ http//www.stopbullying
now.hrsa.gov/kids/ http//www.squidoo.com/school-b
ullying www.bullycide.com http//www.olweus.org/pu
blic/bullying.page http//www.highlands.k12.fl.us/
msdp/BullyingStatsResources.htm U.S. News
World Report, May 7, 2001 Oklahoma Health
Department, 2001 Fight Crime Invest in Kids,
September 2003 US Secret Service Report, May 2002
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