Saint George School integrates a No-Bullying Program schoolwide. This program recognizes that what happens to our children today determines what will happen to all of us tomorrow.
Those who bully and abuse power today, will continue to abuse it in the future. Those who take unfair advantage of the less powerful over and over again will grow to be unstoppable in their abuse, whether that bullying is in the form of an assault and battery or a savings and loan scam.
Families play a vital role in helping the No-Bullying Program at Saint George School succeed. The staff and faculty of SGS advises students and families to discuss and review the lessons of the No-Bullying Program. Express support for putting a stop to bullying and share your own stories. Emphasize to never attempt to fight back or retaliate in other ways against someone who bullies. Together we can make a difference!
Much of the "knowledge" about bullying that's widely assumed to be factual is, in fact, false. A few common myths about bullying include:
A few common characteristics of students who bully include:
In addition to the information on bullying, we felt information on cyberbulling would be beneficial. The following links are great cyber bullying resources.