Creating anti-bullying procedures can be a delicate process. Bullying behavior often stems from a student’s need to fit in, problems at home, or mental health issues. Automatic suspensions or other rigid practices may be too simplistic to use in every situation. The most promising programs take a comprehensive approach. Consider creating procedures that protect bullied students and minister to everyone involved.
Deciding on procedures is only part of an anti-bullying effort. It’s critical to implement the procedures by training the school community to act against bullying behavior. As you implement your plan, remember:
Providing a safe and positive environment for students is one of the top responsibilities for Christian school leaders. By creating a culture that discourages bullying, you can better protect students from harm and help them focus on achieving their potential.
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