Oakland Schools is hosting "Bully-Free Schools: Circle of Support for Learning," a two-day training workshop, Tuesday, November 18 and Wednesday, November 19, 2014.
Bully-Free Schools (BFS) is a research-based program that is used in K-12 schools across Michigan. Schools that have implemented the BFS strategies report a reduction in bullying, harassment and other peer-to-peer aggression up to 83%. BFS is a model program for complying with Matt’s Safe School Law and for fulfilling the State Board of Education Sample Policy for bullying prevention.
Click here to register online. For more information contact Julie McDaniel, PhD at 248.209.2346 or Julie.McDaniel@oakland.k12.mi.us