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Greenview Celebrates Anti-Bullying Month

Greenview Celebrates Anti-Bullying Month

As part of a yearlong Anti-Bullying Campaign, the students and staff of Greenview have kicked off October, which is Anti-Bullying Month, by participating in a variety of social activities designed to give students the tools necessary to effectively prevent, recognize, and respond to bullying situations.  Starting with Greenview's Character Counts Word(s) of the Month are "Respect" and "Responsibility, the school has many activities planned for the students in promoting a bully free school. 

As part of Anti-Bullying Month, Greenview will continue the Anti-Bullying Group, which are student led meetings centered on how children can impact a positive school environment and reduce bullying.  In addition, the Guidance Department will continue Anti-Bullying lessons entitled “No Bullies Allowed,” and “Understanding the Bullying Cycle.” 

On October 25th, there will be an Internet Safety Assembly, as the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force from the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s office will present a program designed to teach Internet, Facebook, gaming and cell phone safety to our students.  Students will pledge against bullying through anti-bullying contracts. 

Each morning, the daily announcements will also feature a student read daily
Anti-Bullying message designed to reinforce prevention.

Greenview parents and students are also asked to celebrate and be a part of Anti-Bullying Month by utilizing the information that is provided by the school each Wednesday.  Parents are encouraged to talk with their children about the serious effects of bullying and how each student must do their part in making Greenview a safe and comfortable place to learn. 

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