Fawn Bully Prevention Program
The Bully Prevention Program began in Fawn Elementary during the 2003-2004 school year. The program is designed to prevent bullying from occurring in the school by teaching children positive ways to resolve conflicts. When an incident of bullying occurs, the program requires that the child sign an agreement that states that the child will refrain from bullying others.
Bullying: A student is bullied when he or she is exposed repeatedly and over time, to intentional negative actions on the part of one or more students when there is a relationship with an imbalance of power.
If one does bully, a teacher bully incident report will be issued to the bully prevention committee. The consequences of bullying:
1st offense: Phone call home, student signs a bully contract.
2nd offense: Meeting with representatives from bully prevention committee, letter sent home, detention.
3rd offense: Loss of privileges/extended detention until a meeting with parent and member of the bully prevention committee takes place.
4th offense: After-School Alternative
5th offense: Suspension