CES & Bullying
Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. There are three types of bullying: verbal, social and physical bullying. (www.stopbullying.gov)
What does CES do about bullying?
Simply stated, we teach behaviors through both our Above the Line program and secondSTEP program (our social-emotional curriculum). When a bullying situation occurs, our school investigates to gain as many facts as we can. Parents are contacted and, if needed, consequences may be applied. Those consequences can range from a conference with administration to a guidance referral to suspension. Each year we gain new strategies and techniques to enhance how we approach discipline.
Our school also educates students on the topic of bullying through peer mediation, classroom lessons, assemblies, videos, and special signs throughout our building.
Find out more about our district's policy on bullying and harassment.
To find out more information about bullying in the State of Wisconsin, please visit the following link: