Bullying Prevention

Last Updated: 10/9/2018 2:48 AM
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What's Happening at WRMS:
Bi-Weekly on Fridays - R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Meetings occur during ninth period bi-weekly on Fridays.  Learn more about R.E.S.P.E.C.T. below.  


Developmental Design
Since the 2010-2011 school year, the Warrior Run Middle School Staff have been implementing Responsive Classroom and Developmental Design techniques within their classrooms.  
RESPECT meetings will be held once a week in ninth period in grades 5-8.   These meetings will include a time of greeting, an activity, and a sharing time.  The letters in RESPECT stand for the following:
R = Responsibility
E = Empathy
S = Self - Control
P = Perseverance
E = Excellence
C = Cooperation
T = Teamwork
This approach has helped to build a stronger sense of community already established in the middle school and also the students pride in Warrior Run Middle School. 


Bullying Prevention


What is bullying?


Bullying happens when someone hurts or scares another person on purpose. Bullying occurs repeatedly and over time.


The behavior of bullying occurs in four forms: physical, verbal, emotional or exclusion, and cyber-bullying.


  1. Physical Bullying – Hitting, kicking, damaging property, or any physical aggression
  2. Verbal Bullying – Teasing, name calling, put downs, or other behavior that would deliberately hurt others’ feelings or make them feel bad
  3. Emotional or Exclusion Bullying – Starting rumors, telling others not to be friends with someone or other actions that would cause someone to be without friends
  4. Cyber-bullying – Using electronic devices such as but not limited to computers and cell phones to bully (bullying defined above) others through methods such as posting comments, statements, or pictures on blogs, websites, social networks, text messaging, instant messaging and email.


Taking Control of the Issue 
"Taking Control of the Issue - Speaker Discusses Bullying, Parenting"

This article from the Standard Journal in Milton, PA reports on guest speaker, Justin Lookadoo's presentation to parents on February 9, 2011. Lookadoo also presented to the Middle School and High School student bodies in separate assemblies during the day.


A Parent's Guide to Cyberbullying 2014 
Are your children on Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, or Vine? Do they play games online such as Clash of Clans? So you say that they don't have a smartphone, but do they have an IPod Touch with access to the WiFi connection in house? If you answered yes to any of these questions, take the time to read through this Parent's Guide to Cyber-bullying.

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