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Community of Respect Everywhere (C.O.R.E.)

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  • 1. C.O.R.E.
 Community
of
 Respect
 Everywhere

  • 2. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 Bullying


(From
BISD’s
Code
of
Conduct)
 
 
Bullying
means
engaging
in
wriCen
or
verbal
expression
or
physical
conduct
 
that
school
personnel
determine:
 
Will
have
the
effect
of
physically
harming
a
student,
damaging
a
student’s
 
property,
or
placing
a
student
in
reasonable
fear
of
harm
to
the
student’s
 
person
or
of
damage
to
the
student’s
property
or
is
sufficiently
severe,
 
persistent,
or
pervasive
enough
that
the
acKon
or
threat
creates
an
 
inKmidaKng,
threatening,
or
abusive
educaKonal
environment
for
the
 
student
(Texas
EducaKon
Code
25.0342).
 
No
student
shall
engage
in
any
form
of
bullying,
nor
shall
any
student
 
encourage
or
assist
any
other
person
in
bullying.

  • 3. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 Where
have
we
been?
 
The
campus
and
central
office
administraKon
realized
 that
parents
had
made
some
valid
statements
about
a
 need
for
a
full
review
of
all
policies
and
procedures
 relaKng
to
bullying.
Therefore,
Dr.
Waddell
assigned
the
 emergency
management
team
to
work
on
a
 comprehensive
plan
to
address
the
parents’
concerns.

  • 4. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 BISD
Community
of
Respect
Task
Force
 
A
diverse
group
of
district
and
community
members
were
 invited
to
parKcipate
in
a
task
force
addressing
current
 issues
regarding
bullying
brought
to
our
aCenKon
in
recent
 weeks.
Our
goal
was
to
define,
idenKfy
behaviors,
discuss
 posiKve
responses
and
develop
a
district
wide
system
to
 provide
a
climate
of
change
beginning
with
the
2010‐11
 school
year.

  • 5. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 Co‐chairs
 Counselors
 Donna
Layer‐Coordinator
of
Counseling
Services
 Pam
Miller 
 
Ann
Newhouse
 Jeannie
Burleson‐Birdville
Council
of
PTA
 Byron
Sparkman 
Kyle
Clark 

 Lauren
Ferguson 
Shera
Valamides
 Principals
 Boyd

Shannon
 Mike
Jasso
 
 
Jeff
Russell
 Patrick
Guy 
 
ScoC
Gregory
 Teachers
 Cornelius
Mitchell 
Karen
Sorenson
 Asst.
Principals
 MaC
Donnell 
Alyssa
Webb
 Glen
Serviente
 
 
Tad
Conner
 Cecile
Reed‐Randolph
 Ves
TeCerton 
 
Deborah
Coulson
 Jed
Carlton

  • 6. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 Students
 Churches
 Jeremy
Crane
 
Walker
Burns
 David
Fraze 
 
Ricky
Lewis 

 Edgar
Medina
 Janelle
Miller
 Parents
 Community
Agencies
 Traci
Tucker 
 
Carlton
Franklin
 Eric
May 
 
Kim
Rocha
 Lonnie
McKay 
Cindy
Su`a
 TransportaGon
 SRO 

 Kem

Wiley 

 ChrisKna
Hunt
Zenkner
 Advisory
CommiHee
 Special
Services
 Dr.
Jay
C.
Thompson
 
Dr.
Rick
Kempe
 Patsy
Stanley
 Mark
Thomas 
Amy
Howard
 Teresa
Miller

  • 7. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 What
have
we
done?
 •  Formed
Community
of
Respect
Task
Force
 •  InsKgated
Independent
InvesKgaKon
of
Current
District
Policy
 •  Contacted
and
consulted
with
Barbara
Coloroso,
internaKonally
renowned
expert
 •  Developed
protocol
and
procedures
for
reporKng
incidents
on
campus.
 •  Arranged
presentaKon
by
speaker
JusKn
Lookadoo
for
counselors,
task
force
members,
 principals
and
Leadership
on
communicaKon,
respect
and
climate
change
 •  Expand
Crime
Stoppers
on
every
campus
 •  Reinstate
character
educaKon/virtues…C.O.R.E.
values
 •  Developed
Safety
Zone
website


  • 8. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 Community
of
Respect
Everywhere,
C.O.R.E.,
is
an
ongoing
iniKaKve
throughout
 Birdville
ISD
backed
by
the
philosophy
that
promotes
posiKve
and
safe
learning
 climates
while
developing
responsibility,
accountability
and
respect.
Each
of
us
 teaches
character
educaKon
by
the
way
we
talk,
the
behaviors
we
model,
the
 conduct
we
tolerate,
the
deeds
we
encourage,
and
the
expectaKons
we
 transmit.

 It
is
not
one
more
thing
on
our
plate
…
it
is
the
plate.

  • 9. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 PresentaGons
 •  July
19
–
Leadership

 •  July
28
–
Principal

 •  July
29
–
Board

 •  July
29
–
AthleKcs

 •  Aug
5

–
Personnel

 •  Aug
10
–
Buildings
and
Grounds

 •  Aug
12
–
New
Teachers

 •  Aug
13
–
TransportaKon

 •  Aug
16
‐
ConvocaKon
 •  Aug
18
–
Child
NutriKon

 •  Aug
19
–
Health
Services

  • 10. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 Where
do
we
go
from
here?
 •  District
must
embrace
this
as
a
criKcal
focus
at
all
levels
 •  Training
for
staff
and
students
must
take
place
and
it
 must
be
throughout
the
year
 •  Every
campus
must
address
this
issue,
determine
a
plan
 to
implement,
and
include
it
in
their
campus
 improvement
plan.

  • 11. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 C.O.R.E.
Values
for
2010‐11
School
Year
 •  First
six
weeks
–
Responsibility
 •  Second
six
weeks
–
Empathy
 •  Third
six
weeks
–
Kindness
 •  Fourth
six
weeks
–
Honesty
 •  Fiih
six
weeks
–
Acceptance
 •  Sixth
six
weeks
–
Courage

  • 12. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere

  • 13. Community
of
Respect
Everywhere
 “In
any
moment
of
decision,
the
best
 thing
you
can
do
is
the
right
thing.
The
 worst
thing
you
can
do
is
nothing”
~
 Theodore
Roosevelt


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