Bullying Presentation

Report
Bullying & Harassment
Amy Schneider
(Safety & Violence Prevention Counselor)
Officer Ed Hurtado
(School Resource Officer)
Peer Counselors
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No one has the right to use violence.
Violence will not be tolerated at Corona High
School.
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Any unkind word, sign or act that hurts a
persons’ body feelings or possessions.
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Negative or malicious behavior
Behavior repeated over a period of time
A relationship in which there is an imbalance
in strength or power between the parties
involved
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Calling names, threatening comments, spreading rumors,
sexual harassment, ridicule, and abusive language.
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Drawing degrading pictures, fake punches,
glaring, smirking, and stalking.
Excluding a student, betraying trust, and/or sabotaging a friendship.
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Hitting, shoving, grabbing, kicking, spitting,
and blocking a path.
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Dumping books, breaking glasses, ruining
homework, graffiti, and/or destruction of
one’s personal property.
Occurs when a person torments, threatens, harasses, and/or humiliates
another person through the use of technology.
When someone with more power unfairly hurts someone with less
power repeatedly.
Power May Be:
Physical Strength
Social Skills
Verbal Ability
Another Resource
Inappropriate comments or action of a sexual
nature (unwanted advances)
=
Sexual Harassment
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Illegal
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Students shall not intimidate or harass other
students through words or actions, including
but not limited to direct physical contact,
such as hitting or shoving, verbal assaults,
such as teasing or name-calling; written
statements; and social isolation or
manipulation.
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This policy applies whenever a student is on
school grounds, traveling to and from school
or a school sponsored activity, during the
lunch period whether on or off campus,
during a school-sponsored activity, and or
otherwise related to school attendance.
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Bullying may occur in the spirit of team
building.
Behaviors such as hazing and sexual
harassment are illegal.
Bullying on the basis of race, ethnicity,
religion, disability or sexual orientation is a
form of bias or hate.
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According to the National Association of
School Psychologists approximately 160,000
students miss school everyday for fear of
being bullied.
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Bullying is the best predictor of adult
criminality. (Silvernail, Thompson, Yang, & Kopp, 2)
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Realize that it is not your fault and you need
to ask for help.
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Keep an accurate record of the dates, times
and locations that you have been bullied.
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Talk to a trusted adult and report it to a
teacher, counselor, or administrator.
A-C
D-HO
HU-OL
Puente
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Mr. Pruett
ROSATO-S
& AVID
Mrs. Halfhill
Mrs. Martin
T-Z & Special Ed
ELL (A-Z)
Mrs. Ferrara Ms. Osterkamp
Mrs. Aguiar
Mrs. Babin
Safety Counselor
ON-ROSAS
Ms. Schneider
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Individual/Group Counseling
Administration Referrals
Community Resource Referrals
Safety & Violence Prevention Counseling
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Administration Office
Referrals from Faculty & Staff
Deals with specific threats
(i.e., cyber; physical; social-violence)
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Room B-13
Trained by Mrs. Bogner
Conflict Mediation
Prevention & Intervention
•National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
(www.safeyouth.org)
•Teen line (www.teenlineonline.org)
•California Youth Crisis Line (www.youthcrisisline.org)
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www.cde.ca.gov
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www.lacoe.edu
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www.ncjrs.org/txtfiles1/ojjdp/fs200127.txt

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