Together we can create a world with no bullying
What we believe
We believe in the development of excellent character in schools and adults that focuses on the values of caring, fairness, trustworthiness, citizenship, responsibility, and respect.
We believe in providing a safe, healthy and supportive learning and working environment that recognizes the accomplishments and successes of students and employees
We believe “learners” encompass students, faculties, staff, parents, and community members. In all of these areas, we seek to foster dispositions such as compassion, perseverance, passion, and a growth mindset.
Bullying vs. Student Conflict
“Bullying” means any aggressive and unwanted behavior that is intended to harm, intimidate, or humiliate the victim; involves a real or perceived power balance between aggressor and the victim and is repeated over time or causes severe emotional trauma. This includes both in-person and cyberbullying.
“Student conflict” means ordinary teasing, horseplay, argument or peer interactions that are incidental
Communicating Effectively With the School
How to Talk with Educators at Your Child's School
Safety in the Online Community
What you should know about COVID-19 and CYBERBULLYING
Parents and Guardians can make a difference!
Be a role model. Build trust with your children. Set time limits, Know your technology. Learn how various social networking apps and sites work
Set reasonable limits. Keep the computer in a common area of the home. Do not allow it in your children's bedrooms. Monitor their online usage.explain your reasons for them, and discuss rules for online safety and Internet use
Know your child’s online friends, monitor posts and conversations