Bullying Prevention and School SafetyAt the
, we believe in working together with parents to address bullying because research shows that nationwide more than half of all school-aged children will be involved in bullying this year as a victim or a perpetrator, with many more witnessing acts of bullying. Upper St. Clair School District
We know bullying isn’t confined to school grounds. Bullying at school affects and is affected by what happens at home between siblings, what happens in the neighborhood, and what happens when kids go online. We must work together to take immediate action, whether a child bullies, is a victim of bullying or is a witness to bullying.
The Board recently adopted new policies dealing with bullying, as well as weapons and terroristic threats, in order to make sure our schools remain safe learning environments for all students. You can view these policies on this website.