Prevent Bullying

It is essential that all of our students learn in an environment that both physically and emotionally safe. Our counselors have a curriculum that addresses bullying and what to do if a student is bullied. Bullying is a conscious, willful, and deliberate hostile activity intended to harm and/or induce fear through the threat of further physical or emotional harm. Bullying is different from an argument or even fight between peers. It is typically ongoing and includes an imbalance of power and intent to harm. As previously stated, we view discipline as a learning experience and want to work with our students to learn to respect each other and also advocate for themselves if they find they are in a situation that they cannot handle without adult intervention. If your child is being bullied at school please contact your child’s teacher, counselor or administrator. Visit the district webpage on bullying for more information

Click to email Shannon Orzel or call (636) 851-5700 for Kindergarten - First Grade
Click to email Lynn Bradley or call (636) 851-5545 for Second Grade - Third Grade  
Click to email Jaclyn Mastroianni or call (636) 851-5590 for Fourth Grade - Fifth Grade

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