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Parent Teacher Conferences are October 28-29

No Elementary or Middle School Classes - October 29

There are no elementary or middle school classes October 29 for conferences

No School - Thanksgiving Break

No classes November 25-27

No School - October 30

No School October 30

What is Bullying?

Bullying can take many forms. It can be physical, like hitting, kicking, or punching. It can also be social or emotional, like using words to hurt someone, leaving someone out, or gossiping and spreading rumors. Bullying can happen at school, in your neighborhood, or online.

Be respectful in person and online

It is always important to be respectful, online and in real life. If you see someone bullying online or in a text message, tell a trusted adult. Also, remember that nothing is private when you are online or on your phone. There are no “take-backs” either. What you write or post will always exist somewhere, even after you delete it.

If you see cyberbullying, save the evidence

If you experience or see cyberbullying, save the evidence. If the bullying continues, you may need the proof before steps can be taken to make it stop. You can save the evidence by printing it, copying and pasting it, or just not erasing it. Share it with a trusted adult too

Try not to respond to cyberbullying. If you do, be careful.

Always report cyberbullying but try not to respond to it. If you choose to respond, try to stay cool and calm and tell the person to stop bullying. Do not bully back.

Don't forward harmful messages

If someone sends you mean emails or messages about someone else, respond by saying that you think it’s mean and you won’t send it to anyone else. Do not respond if you do not feel safe. Remember to report the cyberbullying to a trusted adult.

Follow this week's tip to keep the internet safe and friendly

Always be respectful and report bullying to an adult, whether you see it online or in person. If you see cyberbullying, save the evidence, and don’t join in or forward mean messages.

Always be kind and make everyone feel welcome

It’s never okay to criticize or be mean to someone because he or she is different from you. We feel good about ourselves when other people care about our feelings and are kind to us.

Remember that sometimes, laughter hurts others

Laughter can be fun and make us feel good. It’s sometimes hard not to laugh when we hear other people laughing. While it’s good to laugh at our own mistakes, it’s not okay to laugh at someone or to make fun of them. This hurts people’s feelings and makes them feel left out

Don't use nicknames that hurt feelings

When someone uses a nickname that we like, it can make us feel good and friendly towards each other. Make sure that people feel good about the nicknames you use for him or her

Don't say someone can't do things because he or she is a boy or girl

Boys and girls have lots of skills. Don’t say someone can’t do things because he or she is a boy or a girl. Don’t use mean names because you think they are not acting like other boys or girls.

Follow this week's tip to treat your classmates well

Always be kind and make others feel welcome. This helps make our school a safer and friendlier place. Remember that everyone can do something to stop bullying!

Healthy Kansas Kids:

KanCare offers free or low-cost health insurance for children and teeens up to age 19. Children can get regular check-ups, immunizations, doctor and dentist visits, hospital care, mental health services, prescriptions and more.

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