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Safe Schools Policy - Anti Bullying

 

Positive Interventions for Students and Staff

Woods Cross Elementary is a 7 Habits – Leader in Me school recently recognized as a “Lighthouse” school.

Students and staff work hard to practice the 7 Habits which are:

1.   Be Proactive

2.   Begin with the End in Mind

3.   Put First Things First

4.   Think Win-Win

5.   Seek First to Understand then to Be Understood

6.   Synergize

7.   Sharpen the Saw

Safe School Violations Intensive Intervention Protocols for Woods Cross Elementary are for school violation and other illegal Activities include:

1.   Report to School Administration

2.   Request Active Family Involvement

3.   Include Appropriate Community Agencies

4.   Utilize District Programs

Additional Procedures

Bullying/Cyber-Bullying/Harassment/Hazing

Students may be suspended, transferred to an alternative placement, expelled, referred for police investigation, and/or prosecuted for engaging in any physical or verbal aggression, intimidation, or discrimination of any school employee or student at school or a school-related activity regardless of location or circumstance, including but not limited to bullying, cyber-bullying, hazing, or sexual, racial, ethnic, religious, or disability-related harassment, per Davis District policy.

Woods Cross Elementary policy may be found on the school website or a copy may be obtained in the school office.

Safe & Orderly Schools

It is the policy of the Davis School District and Woods Cross Elementary to promote a safe and orderly school environment for all students and employees.  Criminal acts or disruptive behavior of any kind will not be tolerated and any individual who engages in such activity will be subject to school disciplinary action as determined by school administrators, District disciplinary action as determined by the Department of Student and Family Resources Case Management Team, police referral, and/or prosecution.  In determining appropriate discipline, school officials will consider the totality of the circumstances, including the severity of the offense, as well as the individual’s age, disability status, intent, academic status, and prior disciplinary record.