Character Education & Bullying Prevention

  • Welcome to the Ken-Ton School District's Character Education & Bullying Prevention Page. Here, you will find information on programs and activities taking place in all nine Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda UFSD schools that promote positive behaviors and a safe and supportive school environment. You will also find information on what you can do to respond to and report bullying.

Program Highlights

  • Brooks Gibbs

    Brooks Gibbs, whose anti-bullying videos have been viewed by millions of people, visited all four middle and high schools through a partnership between the Ken-Ton School District and the foundation Devin's Message.

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  • WEB (Where Everybody Belongs)

    Staff and students at Franklin Middle School and Hoover Middle School have worked to create a school environment “Where Everybody Belongs” through the innovative WEB program.

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  • LINK Crew

    Both high schools, Kenmore East and Kemore West, offer the LINK Crew Program which provides a peer-to-peer orientation, transition, and mentoring framework for newcomers.

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  • Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports (PBIS)

    All schools have a Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) program dedicated to advancing character education and expectations through proactive engagement and positive reinforcement.

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REPORT BULLYING

  • The Bullying Incident Reporting Form provides a way for anyone to report instances of harassment, bullying, and/or discrimination against students either in school or out of school, and to do so anonymously if they choose. This form may be used by:
     
    • Students who have been subjected to harassment, bullying, and/or discrimination
    • Parents/guardians whose children have been subjected to harassment, bullying, and/or discrimination
    • Anyone who has observed or has been told of harassment, bullying, and/or discrimination against a student or students
     
    This information is confidential and will be shared with the school principal, Dignity Act Coordinator, and (for incidents involving a student or students at the high school level) the School Resource Officer for immediate investigation and follow-up. Please provide as much information as you can so that the problem can be addressed directly.
     

Dignity for All Students Act Coordinators

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