MCHS Bully Prevention

 

Narrative:

MadJAG’s bullying prevention project:

Have you ever walked through the halls at your school and saw someone being bullied? Have you ever bullied someone or been a victim yourself. Bullying is linked to many negative outcomes on a child’s well-being, including impacts on mental health, substance abuse, and suicide. It has no place in society and we decided it has no place at our high school eit

 

Our JAG specialist, our chapter members and our AWESOME At-risk counselor Mrs. Leahigh worked hard for the ENTIRE month of October to stand tall and take a fight against bullying. We took our pledge #WESPEAK and got #MCHSstandstall. Our JAG class took class time and Cub Pride time to develop lesson plans for all teachers to utilize during the month of October in their Cub Pride plans. Our fearless leader Mrs. Mathews showed us how to utilize a PBL (project based learning) calendar and how to create our own PBL lesson plan to share out with our teachers to use during Cub Pride time so teachers can demonstrate awareness, prevention, and accountability to their pride classes. Our teachers started with our calendar we constructed for them and used our lesson plans to teach their Cub Pride classes how to get bully aware and how to stop the madness.

 

Each class during Cub Pride time was expected to do a lesson each day that we provided them  with.  On the first day the teachers introduced the “Christmas Came Early” Bully Prevention door contest. Each cub pride class was asked to begin their bully prevention lesson plan with the intro to the door contest because each of the lesson plans for the month add to the credentials to win the contest. Mrs Bowyers AWESOME Cub Pride class was the winners of the “Christmas Came Early” contest and they got to enjoy a pizza party for their efforts in building their bully prevention door.

 

Another part of our bully prevention project was our “Caught being Good” contest we ran between all the classes. Our fearless leaders Mrs. Deputy and Mr. Grill bought us 100 “Caught being Good” bands that we could distribute to our faculty members to reward a student for their efforts in positive behavior. We at MCHS take pride in positivity and like our JAG Specialist says, “no on has time for negativity”. We went out and HIT THE PAVEMENT, seeking donations from local businesses to help build gift baskets for four lucky individuals to win at the end of October which is “Bully Prevention Month”. Mrs.Leahigh helped us generate four winners after all the band were distributed throughout the month and we got to give our baskets we made to those four awesome students.

 

NOW THAT IS BULLY PREVENTION!

Lesson plans

PBL

Caught being Good

Providing Service for our hard working teachers

Providing incentive to our students

 

WHO ELSE DOES THAT?

 

Competencies Attained:

W90, G57, A2, D23

Student Participation:

  • Block,
    Gracie
  • Warren,
    Hanna
  • Sizemore,
    Dalton
  • Wright,
    Autumn
  • Oliver,
    Makensie
  • Ferris,
    Hunter
  • Dowery,
    Nonica
  • Thomas,
    Madelyn
  • Hernandez,
    Alexandra
  • Beasley,
    Emma
  • Riley,
    Rebekah
  • Jameison,
    Trent
  • Hall,
    Amilia
  • Downing,
    Landon
  • Cline,
    Camdon
  • Leach ,
    Eric
  • Owen,
    Quenton
  • Wilson,
    James
  • Bartlett,
    Daman
  • Parmar,
    Sahil
  • Livingston,
    Carson
  • Egerton,
    Mariah
  • Hannaford ,
    Keegan
  • Gray,
    Nick
  • Mack,
    Trajan
  • Porter,
    Jesse
  • Boldery,
    Brick
  • Broyles,
    Patrick
  • Clark,
    Dylan
  • Acre,
    Kaley
  • Scott,
    Trenton
  • Humes,
    Jace
  • Taylor,
    Kayla
  • Foster,
    Ashlee
  • Anderson,
    Hunter
  • Todd,
    Adam
  • Mahoney,
    Elisabeth
  • Black,
    Bailey
  • Day,
    Cloe
  • Nutley,
    Cain
  • Webster,
    Chance
  • Sauley,
    Kaci
  • Bladen,
    Raymond
  • Martinon,
    Katherin
  • Sharkey,
    Sophia
  • Scroggin,
    Jacob
  • Mendoza,
    Cory
  • Wehner,
    Stanley
  • Hatton,
    Gaberiel
  • Daugherty,
    Hannah
  • Abbot,
    Dylan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s