student is being bullied:
Help your child learn how to respond to a
bully by teaching him/her to:
the bully in the eye
tall and stay calm in a difficult situation
away and tell an adult immediately
your child to make friends with other children
activities that interest your child
the administration or school counselors of the problems and work with them on
If your child is the bully:
sure that your child knows that bullying is never OK.
firm and consistent limits on your child’s aggressive behavior.
- Be a
positive role model. Show children they
can get what they want without teasing, threatening or hurting someone.
effective, non-physical discipline such as loss of privileges.
practical solutions with the school, principal, teachers, counselors and
parents of the children your child has bulliedl
When your child is a bystander:
your child not to cheer on or even quietly watch bullying.
your child to tell a trusted adult about the bullying.
your child to include these children in activities.
Source: American Academy
your child to join with others in telling bullies to stop.
Peer Helpers Services Include:
- New Student Orientation
- Panther Camp
- Peer Meditations
- Big Brother/Sister Program
Counseling Services Include:
- Guidance Curriculum:
- Academic Support Groups
- Personal/Social Support Groups
- Individual Planning:
- Academic Advisory
- Personal/Social Advisory
- Responsive Services:
- Crisis Intervention
- Conflict Management
- Community Resource Referrals
- Support Groups (Grief & Loss Support)
- Home Visit
- One-on-One Counseling
- System Support & Integration:
- Parent Consultation
- Staff Consultation
- Agency Consultation
- Student Advocacy:
- CARE Team
- CARE is a school-based student
support committee of teachers, school counselors and administrators.
The committee collaborates in order to support student academic and
personal/social growth and development.
- YST Youth Services Team
- YST coordinates support networks in and
outside of school. Administrators, school counselors and local
community agencies collaborate to support student academics and
person/social growth and development.