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Harassment Retraining Kids

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  • 1. Elementary Harassment Retraining Packet Puyallup School District The Office Of Diversity Affairs
  • 2. The 3 R’s
    • Respect yourself
    • Respect others
    • Respect your school
  • 3. Always Think Before You Act!
    • “ No one has the right to interfere with the learning, safety, or well-being of others”
  • 4.
    • Do not name call, harass, intimidate or bully others
    • Do not use term, names, and/or words to demean another person
  • 5. Harassment, Intimidation or Bullying Not allowed
    • Definition : Nonverbal, verbal, written, graphic, sexual, or physical nature that is directed at an individual or group on the basis of race, gender (sex), national origin, religion, age, marital status, disability, or any other protected class.
  • 6. Tell The Truth
    • False reports or retaliation for any form of harassment, intimidation or bullying or for reporting such conduct or assisting in investigations as such conduct, constitutes a violation of school rules, district policy and is illegal.
  • 7. What if it is happening to me or someone I know?
    • Tell the Principal or teacher
    • Come to the office
    • Put note in the complaint box
  • 8. What happens to me if I harass someone else?
    • Parents involved
    • Suspended
    • Progressive discipline
    • Police may be called
  • 9. Respect
    • HOW DOES THE DICTIONARY DEFINE “RESPECT”?
    • To show honor, to value, to be thoughtful about to have regard for, to hold in esteem, to be considerate of
  • 10. What is Harassment?
    • Any UNWELCOME , OR
    • UNINVITED behavior, related to:
    • Race
    • Religion
    • Ethnic origin
    • Physical, mental or sensory disability or condition
    • Gender/sexual orientation
  • 11.
    • The behavior, displays or language
    • may include:
    • offensive and inappropriate:
    • Comments gestures
    • Remarks jokes
    • Displaying inappropriate pictures or drawings
    • Standing too close, cornering, stalking
    • Grabbing or inappropriate touching
    • Persuading or threatening someone for sexual activity
    • Intimidating or degrading someone
  • 12. THERE ARE NO EXCUSES FOR HARASSMENT!
    • A harasser might say:
    • “ It’s a joke.”
    • “ I was just flirting.”
    • “ She/He likes it.”
    • “ Everybody does it.”
    • But….
    • If it is UNWANTED, INAPPROPRATE,
    • Or creates a hostile or offensive Educational environment,
    • IT IS HARASSMENT
    • And
    • IT IS against the LAW!
  • 13. WHAT CAN YOU DO?
    • Tell the harasser to STOP.
    • Be Assertive!
    • Keep a note of what happened
    • Tell another person (principal,
    • teacher, counselor, friend).
    • Support others who have been harassed.
    • Offer to be a witness for the victim.
  • 14. What does the school policy say?
    • Someone from the school will help you.
    • You have the right to file a complaint.
    • Retaliation against a victim or witness is prohibited.
    • Those who harass others will be disciplined.
    • Those who knowingly file or support False allegations will be disciplined.
    • Asking someone to do the harassing for you is harassing and is prohibited.
  • 15. Assignment
    • Procedure: Read the following incidents and answer the questions
    • below on a separate sheet of paper:
    • A student called another student “fattie.”
    • A student is being teased and left out of activities by their peers.
    • A student wrote that another student was “gay” on the chalkboard.
    • A student told another student that they must be brown because they
    • drink chocolate milk.
    • How would you feel if you were being harassed?
    • What could you do if you were a witness of harassment?
    • Name 3 ways you can help to make your school a harassment free building.
    • List 3 ways you can help make all students feel welcome and safe at your school.