Bullying Prevention

Dealing with Bullying

Roles & Responsibilities in Dealing with Bullying

Eisenhower students are encouraged to make good choices that respect self, others, and property...bullying is not a good choice! Bullying, intimidation, and harassment diminish a student's ability to learn and a school's ability to educate. Preventing bullying is both an Eisenhower goal and a District objective. Together we hope to prevent bullying from occurring, deal with bullying when it occurs, and provide a bully-free environment in which all students can learn.

We all play a significant role and have specific responsibilities in Dealing with Bullying (Eisenhower handbook, p. 31). Educating students to recognize bullying is an important part of the process. We are working at school to help students better understand what bullying is as well as their role in prevention and reporting. To report bullying at Eisenhower, students may simply tell an adult or they may choose to request help using the "intervention box" on Mrs. Jamieson's door.

Please encourage your child to ask the bully to stop, walk away, and always report bullying behaviors to an adult...Stop, Walk, and Talk!

TOGETHER we make Eisenhower a safe place to learn!

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