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Anti Bullying Presentation

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  • Greetings, This is Cory Gibson Interim Assistant Superintendent of Pittsburg Schools, per state statute and board policy is a requirement that all staff understand bullying and receive professional development in this area annually….we’d like every staff member of USD 250 to set aside about 10 minutes to review this presentation and to videos linked to the presentation.

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  • 1. Pittsburg Community Schools Anti-Bullying Presentation December 2008 Part 1 All staff in USD 250 are asked to view this important presentation. The presentation will only take a few moments of your time. This partially meets the requirements of the board policy that requires training of all staff regarding bullying. Thank you, Cory L. Gibson Interim Asst. Superintendent & Anti-Bullying Task Force Press enter to go to next slide Click on the speaker located on each page
  • 2. What’s the big deal about bullying now?
    • IT’S THE LAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • As of the summer of 2007, all school districts were required to have an anti-bullying policy in place. This policy was to include plans for how to address acts of bullying.
    • Then in 2008, all school districts were required to modify their current policies, and add a provision about cyberbullying.
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  • 3. How is bullying defined in USD 250?
    • Per our policy:
    • (1) Bullying is a conscious, willful, and deliberate hostile activity intended to harm, induce fear through the threat of further aggression, and create terror. Bullying can be any intentional gesture or any intentional written, verbal, or physical act, or threat that is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive. Bullying creates an intimidating, threatening, or abusive educational environment for a student or staff member that a reasonable person, under the circumstances, knows or should know will have the effect of:
    • (i) Harming a student or staff member, whether physically, non-verbally and verbally, socially, or emotionally;
    • (ii) Threatening to or damaging a student’s or staff member’s property;
    • (iii) Harming someone’s group acceptance;
    • (iv) Threatening or harming a student or staff member through cyber bullying.
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  • 4. Let’s Pause for A Moment…
    • Please take a moment to view this video, then come back to this presentation….
    • Click Here to Watch Video
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  • 5. 2008 USD 250 STATS ON BULLYING
    • 68% of students reported that they had seen someone bullied at school within the last school year.
    • 26% of students reported they had been bullied by someone at school within the last school year.
    • 11% of students reported that in the last school year they missed school because they felt unsafe, uncomfortable, or nervous at school or on the way to/from school.
    • 1 in 4 students reported that during the past school year, they had property stolen or deliberating damaged at school (car, clothing, books, etc.)
    • 11% of students reported that when an adult witnessed bullying, they ignored it.
    • Data collected from the Kansas Communities that Care Survey (grades 6,8,10
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  • 6. Let’s Pause for A Moment…
    • Please take a moment to view this video, then come back to this presentation….
    • Click Here for Video
    • (Victims of Bullycide)
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  • 7. REPORTING PROCEDURES
    • Reporting Procedures 1. It is considered the responsibility of all students and school staff members to report acts of bullying to a member of the school staff or administration, as designated. (Regular classroom teacher, counselor, or principal ) Staff and/or students will use a bullying report form to report instances of bullying. 2. All bullying reports will be taken seriously. 3. Student or staff members making a prompt accurate report, either verbally or in writing will have those reports recorded by the staff receiving the same. 4. All reports will be kept confidential for both the accuser and the accused, until such time as the misconduct is confirmed and sanctions are imposed. Investigation Procedures o Confidentially interview students involved with the bullying incident. (Document) o Confidentially interview bystanders, if possible. (Document) o Talk with supervising personnel during time of bullying. (Document) o Refer to Principal, if needed
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  • 8. WHAT’S NEXT?
    • It is the goal of the USD 250 Anti-Bullying Task Force to collect more data in early 2009 to determine the needs of staff, students, and parents/guardians in regards to combating bully-like behaviors. We hope to share more presentations electronically on specific things such as strategies to use the classroom to combat bullying behaviors and how to more clearly identify different types of bullying.
    • Thanks for taking time out of your day to watch this presentation.