Safety should be a schools most important priority. Student who feel safe can excel at learning instead of worrying. Parents who feel their children are safe will worry less and work better. Every school should have a safety protocols and crisis management protocol. Glennon Height Elementary School has a great safety protocol and crisis management plan.
It is essential for schools to ensure rules and amendments are concisely communicated to staff, parents, and students; ensure consistency and be unbiased with all students; ensure school officials rightly stress their concern about violence, drug use, and other criminal behavior among the student population and implement positive strategies with students to help them make better choices in life. In addition, the Fourth Amendment plays a major role in the community. It is importance for schools to develop a relationship with local businesses and community leaders; because school aged students are our future community leaders. It is also important for the schools to collaborate with community leaders such as federal agencies and universities to develop and implement programs, which address violence and other criminal behavior in schools as a prevention
It should be in everyone’s interest to get justice for every member in the society. Young students are expected to be useful members of the society in future time which is why they need to train on how to act fairly. They arguably have better understanding and knowledge to make rational and ethical decisions. It is quite sure that failing to serve as a juror does not bring fairness
In a survey that was conducted, students were asked several questions about bullying one of the questions was ; Have you been cyberbullied anytime in your life? About half of the the students surveyed said that at one point in their life they had been a victim of online bullying. ( Doc A.) .Showing that it’s a real problem in most schools. In addition to that the U.S Department of Education had stated “ Many state departments of education and local school districts have taken steps to reduce bullying in schools.
A huge priority of school is that students should be kept safe, and that happens from staff being allowed to search students. In 2013 a Company called “Everytown” did some research about gunfire in schools. During this research, they found out that from 2013 to 2015 there were about 200 firearm related incidents in the USA. These incidents included fatal and nonfatal assaults, suicides, and unintentional shootings. 53 percent of these attacks happened at K-12 schools and 47 percent happened at college and universities.
On April 20, 1999, a massacre happened at Columbine high school in Littleton, Colorado. It took 17 years after the tragedy for one of the gunman’s mother, Sue Klebold, to come forward and speak about the incident. In the video documentary, Silence Broken: A Mother’s Reckoning, she is interviewed by Diane Sawyer on 20/20 and discusses her relationship with her son, what happened inside her home leading up to the tragedy, and about the victims. Diane Sawyer also discusses teenage mental health, the warning signs of a child in crisis, and what can be done to prevent the next shooting. Dr.Gregory Fritz, President of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, and FBI agent, Mary Ellen O’Toole, give their insight on those things in the
The methods used may have differed but the consensus was that student centered prevention efforts are vital in helping the fight against bullying. While, bullying cannot be stopped by peer intervention alone these articles seek to show that students are the most likely to be successful in stopping these acts as they take on several roles in this fight. Students are not just the victims and bullies but are also on the frontlines as bystanders and an intervening force. The authors’ of these articles hope to show that administrators, teachers and parents are not enough to stop bullying, Students have to be stakeholders in the process and must be given the necessary tools to help change the climate of their social circles, schools and
Safety is the most important and essential quality we must provide for our students. If a student is scared or fearful they will not be able to they will be unable to focus on anything else. Our students must feel safe from physical harm, emotional harm and social harm. Our classrooms must provide an environment that is free of physical emotional and or social threats for students to feel safe. A consistent classroom environment is a critical piece for allowing all students to develop and grow personally and academically.
A huge question facing gun owners is now, are they willing to give up the firearms they possess to save another human beings life? Gun Control should be put into action to keep school shootings from happening and protecting the children of America. The significant number of school shootings just in 2018 already (18) shows that guns need to be put under control and it needs to happen now. From the book Gun Control, Terry O’Neil “According to FBI statistics, each year around six thousand gun related incidents in our nation 's schools come to the attention of law enforcement officials.” There were over 43,211 students arrested for dealing with guns. We have to get these guns out of kids hands and if we can’t, then make sure they can’t use them.
Introduction When teachers and parents tell teens about the correct path for their schooling they are thinking about the kid like any person would. The dropout rate has accelerated so much that in a decade there’s estimated to be twelve million students that will have dropped out. Now the only thing more we can do is for these teachers and parents to educate the kids about the correct path in order to help not only themselves but the world and society that themselves and everyone else has to live in. The main issue at hand is the effect all these high school dropouts really have on our nation. So many things will collapse simply by students dropping out of high school education level.
She is trying to bring this program to the entire district, which would cost another $6 million. Another program that is becoming more popular is connecting school cafeterias to local farms. There is funding available for this but it has not yet been utilized. Overall the authors are saying that the Hunger-Free Kids Act is not helping with hunger or childhood obesity. They believe there is too much money being put into this program without considerable results.
Serious violent crimes at school hit a peak in the 1990s, when a series of school shootings and copycat shootings claimed the lives of a relatively large number of students. In the 2006-2007 school year there were 27 homicides and 8 suicides that took place at school. These school violence statistics equals one death at school for every 1.6 million students. In the same time period, however, there were 1.7 million nonfatal crimes committed at school, ranging from assault to theft. These school violence statistics show 46 crimes per 1,000 students.
The time capsule will contain other materials, and what those will be remain a point of discussion. The committee wants to have elementary school students involved and have the capsule opened in 50 years. Though the intent might have been for the archival box to remain sealed and unopened, Wiggam said it was serendipitous the box was because the paper contents inside were moist. The moisture could have ruined the newspapers, playbills, rosters, photographs and other sensitive materials in it. Hull supports the idea of having a time capsule ceremony prior to the OLO concert because there will be about 2,000 people downtown.
Not only should the teachers be trained, I feel as though the kids should be too. If they feel as though someone is trying to recruit them or one of their friends, they should feel safe enough to either tell their parent, teacher or law enforcement. If school systems were to learn and follow some of the guidelines for preventing gang activity, they would feel safer and confident when protecting them and the
Flanagan explains in her article, “ American kids are fatter and sicker than ever.” Building gardens at each school will not only improve student 's attendance but will help them eat better. Not everybody agrees with putting gardens in each school the real question is, “what are you doing to prepare these kids for college?”(423) Building gardens in school can be a good thing or a negative thing. Flanagan is trying to make it seem that building gardens in school would make kids graduate high