Campus Procedures for “Bully Reports”
Bully reports can be filed online through the counselor's webpage.  Report forms can also be obtained at any time through the middle school office. Students may also ask a teacher to acquire a form for them, or the student may choose to report an issue in person.   All reports are directed to the counselor and the principal.  The counselor or principal will investigate the issue and determine if it is a “bullying issue” or a “conflict”.  Either way, the necessary steps will be taken to resolve the issue.  These steps may include counseling with students, conferencing with parents, and/or disciplinary action. Law Enforcement may also be notified.

Bully Prevention through Classroom Instruction and Projects

6th Grade Reading Classes:  Study of the Novel CRASH

Facilitator:  6th Grade Reading Teacher and 6th grade Language Arts Teacher

Audience:  All 6th grade students

Duration:  6 Weeks

Goals:  Understand the difference between “bullying” and “conflict”.  Improve communication skills. Manage and resolve conflict in a positive way.  Understand campus procedures for “bully reports”.

7th and 8th Grade Computer Classes

Facilitator:  Computer Teacher

Audience:  7th and 8th graders

Duration: Throughout school year

Topics:  Internet Safety and Cyber Bullying


“Bully Prevention” and “Cyber Safety” Classroom Presentations

Facilitator:  Rod Pruitt, Safe and Effective School Services, Region 14 Education Service Center

Audience:  Every student in Jim Ned Middle School

Duration:  Contracted for two days per year (during Social Studies classes)

NOAH Project Prevention Program for Middle Schools

Facilitators:  Employees of NOAH Project of Abilene

Audience:  Every student in Jim Ned Middle School

Duration:  8 sessions (1 day/month) in all Science classes

Topics:  Anger Management, Bullying, Healthy Relationships, Family Violence, Dating Violence, Safety Planning

Impact Youth Prevention Program

Facilitators: Employees of Serenity Foundation of Abilene

Audience:  Every 7th grade student at Jim Ned Middle School

Duration:  11 sessions (one day/week during one semester) in all 7th grade Science classes

Goals:  Empower students to make healthy choices.  Equip students with truth and life skills.  Challenge the media’s influence.  Instruct and inform students about the effects of substance abuse.  Provide a safe, open, and interactive environment.  Encourage students to interact with their school faculty and their community.  Provide relevant up-to-date information and statistics.



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