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Don't Forget to Order Uniforms! 

Uniforms may be purchased online anytime through Flynn and O’Hara www.flynnohara.com/school/de037
To access the Student Code of Conduct for 2016-2017, click here.

REPORT BULLYING!
What is the definition of bullying? - An overt act by a student, or a group of students, directed against a student victim with the intent to ridicule, harass, humiliate, intimidate or inflect bodily harm while at school, on school grounds, or at a school-sponsored activity.  These acts are typically repeated against the student victim over time.
 
Reports will be investigated no later than the end of the next school day and the District will report back to the parent within 3 business days after receipt of the completed form.
 
 
DOWNLOAD THE PARENT FORM FOR REPORTING BULLYING BEHAVIOR
 
 
What is the  Bully Free Schools Initiative?
The purpose of the Bully Free Schools Initiative is to heighten awareness around the issue of bullying and to promote a safe learning environment for all students. The initiative includes professional development, sharing of research based information, recommendations and interventions, and activities for administrators, staff, students and parents. 
 
What is Bullying?
  • Aggressive behavior that is intentional and involves an imbalance of power and strength
  • Physical or psychological intimidation that occurs repeatedly over time
  • Bullying can be direct (i.e., taunting, hitting, or stealing); boys are most often overt bullies
  • Bullying can be indirect (i.e., Spreading rumors or exclusion); girls are most often indirect bullies
The Four Types of Bullying
  • Physical Bullying 
    • Hitting, kicking or pushing someone
    • Stealing, hiding or ruining someone's things
    • Making someone do something he or she doesn't want to do
  • Verbal Bullying
    • Name calling
    • Taunting
    • Insulting
  • Relationship Bullying
    • Refusing to talk to someone
    • Spreading lies and rumors about someone
    • Making someone feel left out or rejected
  • Cyber-Bullying
    • Emails
    • Instant messaging
    • Texting
    • Blogs
    • Chat Rooms
    • Communication technologies
Anti-Bullying Legislation in Delaware
State of Delaware Bully Prevention & School Climate
Contact (Ombudsperson) - 1-800-220-5414

To access our schoolwide bullying policy, click here.

 
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