Bully Prevention Program
for students in grades 4-5, conducted by school psychologists. Lessons
stresses detrimental effects of bullying on both the victim and the
Bully Prevention Program for students in grades K-3, conducted by school social worker and school psychologist in an age-appropriate manner.
Assembly programs with character education/anti-bullying themes, such as Glen Colton's Anti-Bullying program, the Show of Love presentation, Put Yourself in Their Shoes, which stresses the importance of compassion and empathy.
Sheridan Hill Character Club. Efforts to promote and tie in the Developmental Assets with school-wide after hours events designed for all ages.
Cyber-bullying information presented by the Library Media Specialist.
Opportunities for fifth graders to develop leadership skills through activities such as daily morning announcements and the Safety Patrol.
Building rules established and publicized in partnership with students, staff, and the principal.
Classroom rules align with building and District expectations and are continually reinforced.
Informal reinforcement of bully-free zone
through Good Morning Sheridan Hill, classroom visits by the principal,
and adequate adult supervision at arrival/dismissal, social events,
hallways, and cafeteria.