Bullying Prevention Activities

Millard Public Schools promotes safe school environments for all students by engaging in a wide range of comprehensive and yearlong programs and activities to encourage a positive school culture and resilience in children. These activities focus on pro-active practices to promote safe and welcoming schools, intervention strategies to address student misbehaviors and education for students, parents and staff. Highlighted below is a select list of district initiatives that promote safe and more welcoming schools.

  • Promotion of safe and welcoming school cultures;
  • Training teachers and staff in recognizing, intervening, reporting and investigating bullying incidents;
  • Enforcing Bullying Prevention and related Board policies (Bullying Prevention policies pending);
  • Collecting data to inform, guide and monitor programs and services;
  • Offering mental health counseling 
  • Promotion of safe and welcoming school cultures;
  • Training teachers and staff in recognizing, intervening, reporting and investigating bullying incidents;
  • Enforcing Bullying Prevention and related Board policies (Bullying Prevention policies pending);
  • Collecting data to inform, guide and monitor programs and services;
  • Offering mental health counseling 
    • Active engagement in Social Emotional Learning Curriculum to develop resiliency and connectedness for all students;
    • Promotion of safe and welcoming school cultures;
    • Training teachers and staff in recognizing, intervening, reporting and investigating bullying incidents;
    • Enforcing Bullying Prevention and related Board Policies;
    • Collecting data to inform, guide and monitor programs and services
  • Active engagement in the Developmental Assets framework to develop resiliency and connectedness for all students;
  • Active engagement in the Developmental Assets framework to develop resiliency and connectedness for all students;
    • Active engagement in the Developmental Assets framework to develop resiliency and connectedness for all students;
    • Promotion of safe and welcoming school cultures;
    • Training teachers and staff in recognizing, intervening, reporting and investigating bullying incidents;
    • Enforcing Bullying Prevention and related Board policies (Bullying Prevention policies pending);
    • Collecting data to inform, guide and monitor programs and services;
    • Offering mental health counseling 
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