PublicSchoolWORKS’ award-winning SBVPP is the only complete program designed to help school districts focus on a culture of positive behavior and support students experiencing bullying, violence and other school safety issues. The SBVPP features student and staff training, reporting tools, recurring safety tasks and 24/7 access to expert support to fully back schools in situations involving bullying or violence.
Another important feature of the SBVPP is the award-winning Parent InfoCenter. The Parent InfoCenter gives parent and student access to reporting systems and national crisis hotlines, as well as the same bullying training that students and staff receive at school.
Cleveland Independent School District (ISD) began using the SBVPP during the 2012- 2013 school year to manage bullying and violence training for staff, as well as the reporting and tracking of bullying and violence incidents. “With all of the duties our district is tasked with on a daily basis, this system gives us the ability to focus more on education and less on tracking down staff and following paper trails,” said Karin Miller, the assistant superintendent of Special Programs at Cleveland ISD.
An effective anti-bullying and anti-violence program includes effective strategies, along with reporting mechanisms, training and other tools for staff, students and parents. To learn more about how your district can use the SBVPP, email firstname.lastname@example.org..