Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 STAFF WITH PERSONNEL NUMBER Training
This year’s staff Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 Canvas training module is closed. For a limited time, you may complete the training module by following these steps:
- Go to Kognito and follow these directions to add the Building Respect: Bullying Prevention in Schools PD training. Use Chrome, Firefox, or Edge to take the course. Do not use the Explorer browser.
- Upon successful completion of the Building Respect Kognito course, download the Kognito Certificate of Completion and provide a copy to you administrator. Retain the Certificate for your records.
- Successful completers are updated in LAB weekly, but there will be a lag time of at least one week.
Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 CHARTER OR NO PERSONNEL NUMBER STAFF Training
All charter school staff or external staff without personnel numbers meet the requirements for Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 by clicking the link below and successfully completing the Canvas training module.
- Access the course now: 2019-20 Charter or External Staff without Personnel Numbers Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 training Module Canvas course #66095.
- This course must be completed individually. Once you have completed the course, administrators will track successful completion with your Kognito Certificate of Completion. Ensure you download and retain the Certificate for your records.
Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 STUDENT Training
Requirement: All students in grades K-12 must receive this annual training.
Best Practices: It is recommended and this course is structured to be one, 30-45 minute classroom lesson. Principals will create a plan to administer the training to all their students – for example have all 1st period teachers provide it to their class. Staff click on the appropriate link below to access the training in Canvas, then teach the lesson.
Optional Booster Expansion Lesson: It is recommended you choose to enhance your violence prevention efforts by teaching the optional expansion lesson (located in Canvas) within the weeks following this training module.
Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 PARENT Training
Meet the parent requirements of SBBC Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 by making this training module available via multiple methods to all parents with students in grades K-12. Some suggested methods of delivery are to post the link on the school's website, play it at a parent association meetings, or send home an email.
To access the training, go to:
Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 ID Training
Assigned by the Principal, each school has an administrator who acts as the Bullying Investigative Designee (ID). The ID receives and investigates all bullying complaints. Per Policy 5.9, IDs are required to attend an annual face-to-face training. Register for his year's training, School Behavior and Discipline, via the District’s Learning Across Broward (LAB).
If you missed this year's face-to-face training, contact this department for the next training date. Until then, complete the ID Canvas course.
- Administrators with P-codes take the Investigative Designee Training Module, Canvas course #660223. This course must be completed individually and will be tracked by P-codes (personnel numbers).
- Administrators without P-code, take the Investigative Designee Training Module, Canvas course #660970. This course must be completed individually and will be tracked by the school principal.
Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 PL Training
The District’s comprehensive Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 is designed to help ensure all of our students feel safe and respected while attending school. Key to this goal is the Policy’s requirement that each and every school have a Prevention Liaison or PL.
The Prevention Liaison is responsible for the dissemination of prevention curriculum related to the strands of prevention such as diversity, violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, instructional strategies, health and wellness, as well as MTSS Academic and Behavioral Supports. The Prevention Liaisons receive yearly face to face trainings administered by this department. Contact us if you have any questions.
Support Group Method of Bullying Intervention
The Support Group Method (SGM) of Bullying Interventoin does not replace, but complements a school’s anti-bullying policy and code of conduct discipline matrix. The SGM bullying intervention is an easily utilized tool that can be embedded into your school-wide efforts in a sustainable way. Incorporate SGM into school safety teams or by individuals such as school counselors, teachers, before/after school care workers, and administrators. Please keep in mind the success of any intervention method relies on effective training, fidelity of process, school-wide integration, as well as documentation and evaluation.
If you are interested in being trained on SGM, watch the SGM Instructional video and contact us for further information.