This day will focus on the main message that. "Bullying is a community issue!" and that while schools are a very important part of finding solutions to bullying, they can't do it alone. Bullying happens to pre-schoolers, to adults in the workplace, in government, our legal system, in the media we connect with and even to our senior citizens. We need to talk about bullying as a community health and wellness issue in addition to the traditional focus as an education issues.
Possible Day Plan Example:
Plenary / Keynote address:
Official Declarations of Support and Community Action:
This is what one family did to raise awareness about the issue of bullying in their community on Halloween in a fun, creative, yet serious way!
WINDSOR PUBLIC LIBRARY- CENTRAL BRANCH
Tuesday, November 30th, 2010
1:00 P.M. 2:15 P.M.
Come join us to learn the legal consequences of bullying in the primary schools.
Honourable Justice Lloyd Dean.
- Constable Ann Hall, Youth Branch of Windsor Police.
- Vickie Koumar, Supervisor of Social Worker and Attendance Counsellor of GECDSB.
- Session of Questions and Answers.
For more information contact Angela Ventura, Paralegal Student at St. Clair College:
Or call (519) 250-4830
Dont miss this free and learning event!