Warren Elementary is committed to providing an environment where students and staff feel safe to work, learn and play. Staff are educated on District Policy on bullying and how to respond/ report a bullying situation. Click for Francis Howell School District Bullying Infomation.
Students at Warren participate in bullying lessons through the Guidance Curriculum as well as classroom lessons. A variety of methods are used in teaching students about bullying including books, videos, role playing, art and guest speakers. Topics include:
- What is bullying
- How to report bullying at Warren
- Types of bullying behaviors
- Cyber-safety and cyber-bullying
- Including others
- How to be a friend
- Tattling vs. Reporting
- Empathy and Feelings
Through these lessons, students gain a better understanding of their feelings and how their behaviors make others feel.
Reporting Bullying at Warren Elementary
Students are taught during guidance lessons how to report a bullying situation at Warren. Student may report a situation to any adult they feel comfortable speaking to and/or the nearest adult. The counselors speak to the student privately to gather information and determine a course of action. Two counselors are available at Warren. If a counselor is not immediately available, forms are located on the door to the counseling office to alert the counselor of a student need and are responded to that day.
Parents are also able to report bullying situations by calling the school counselors or principals at 636-851-6100. Click here for the Missouri School Violence Hotline Website.