Bully Prevention program at GHS gym Monday
The Bully Prevention Parent/Community Night originally scheduled in January has been moved to 6:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 3 in the Gettysburg High School gym.
Terry Stulken and Byron Utter of the Midwest Center for School Safety will be presenting to Gettysburg students, staff and parents and the public on Bully-Related topics. The title of the program is “A School Safety Presentation, A Safe School = Successful Students.” Topics presented include Bullying, Sexual Harassment, Sexting, Cyber-Bullying, Social Media and Cyber Survivorship. Student assemblies will be held during the school day where topics will be presented appropriate for the various age groups of students.
Utter and Stulklen have 66 years of combined teaching experience and have presented in over 120 schools, presented in South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, and Colorado, to over 80,000 students. They give a dynamic presentation that is open to the entire community.
Students will be given various incentives to encourage their parents to attend the parent presentation that will be held that night.
School will have a 10 a.m. start time on Monday so teachers may participated in an in-service with the bully speakers.
Babysitting services will be provided by FCCLA, so please call the school at 765-2436 by Friday, Jan. 31 if you are in need of these services. Babysitting will be the FACS room.
Due to construction, Please enter the gym through the southwest door, which is the same door as for sporting and other school gym events.