bullying
I hope all of you had a wonderful spring break! It’s always nice when the weather cooperates for at least a couple of those days. As you are likely already aware, North Branch Area Public Schools has been hard at work this year looking at, and improving, its response to bullying. This effort was u...Read More
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This spring, Governor Mark Dayton signed into law new legislation to address bullying in public schools. Our school board passed a new policy in August, and copies of the policy (514) have been sent to all families and all staff members. Here are some things to know about the new anti-bullying law, ...Read More
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Bullying in schools is real and it needs to be addressed. There’s a bill in the Legislature that would define bullying and prescribe how school administrators should respond to a bullying complaint. Critics say the state should get out of solving bullying problems, while proponents say the present...Read More
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By Jon Tatting— An educator from a nearby school district has been chosen as the new principal at Rush City High School. The school board hired and personally welcomed Brent Stavig at its regular meeting Thursday, May 17. His initial one-year contract begins July 1, so he’ll be ready to greet st...Read More
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To help build a more respectful school culture, Youth Frontiers, a Twin Cities-based character education organization, will partner with North Branch Area High school to host a Respect Retreat for the sophomore class to help reduce bullying. Youth Frontiers’ retreats for schools use interactive ga...Read More
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