Creating A Safe Environment In Our Schools

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Creating A Safe Environment In Our Schools

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A program on preventing and addressing bullying and exclusion for students, parents, educators and community members. Sunday, February 22, 2015 1:45-5:00 pm FREE And Open To The Community The Epstein School, SOJOURN and Groundspark Films invite parents, grandparents, education and clergy professionals, community members and students 6th grade and older to join us for a free afternoon workshop on preventing bullying and exclusion in schools featuring the film “Let’s Get Real*. School should be a safe and a happy environment where learning becomes a joy. Too often, though, bullying, name-calling, and teasing shatter that safety. Conversations and activities will center on real-life solutions and strategies to ensure that every child feels safe and welcome in a school environment. Adult participants will learn how to support this safe environment at home, at school and at community institutions, while 6th through 12th graders will participate in a special student-focused track in which they will discuss how they can help keep themselves and their friends feeling safe and welcome. Social work professionals will be on hand to discuss any concerns that arise. RSVP BY THURSDAY, FEB 19th. As a participant in this program, I am registering as a (click on the appropriate link below): PARENTS/GUARDIANS: EDUCATOR/CLERGY/PROFESSIONAL: COMMUNITY MEMBER: *Appropriate for students in grades 6 and up (Middle School): The film examines issues that lead to taunting and bullying, including racial differences, perceived sexual orientation, learning disabilities, religious differences, sexual harassment and others.

By: The Epstein School

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