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AntiBullying Week

10 Ways
to Help Reduce Bullying
in Schools

 

  1. Have a Clear Definition of Bullying
  2. Remove Labels:  Address Behaviors
  3. Set Clear and Enforceable Rules and Expectations
  4. Reward Positive Behavior
  5. Have Open Communication
  6. Engage Parents
  7. Look for Warning Signs
  8. When bullying Occurs, Clear the Scene
  9. Monitor Hot Spots
  10. Know Your State Law and District Policies

Detailed article by Erin Hellwig

The Kansas State Board of Education believes in providing physically safe and emotionally secure environments for all Kansas students and school staff. The State Board recognizes bullying as a serious issue that creates a negative school environment and inhibits students’ ability to learn. For this reason, the State Board supports current state statute requiring each local board of education to adopt and implement a plan to address bullying, including a provision for the training and education of school staff members and students. Each plan should include a method to report incidents of bullying. The State Board encourages Kansas schools to include in their plan a framework for appropriate responses to bullying activities that reinforces and encourages positive conduct and ensures the safety of all students.

Adopted February 8, 2011