As part of our School Wide Positive Behaviour Intervention System Fort McMurray Composite High School recently held its 2nd annual anti-bullying day on Wednesday Fostering an environment of respect, responsibility and readiness, Composite High School held its second annual anti-bullying day Wednesday February 13.
Re-branded this year as Respect Day, the full day event is designed to create a positive environment in the school for staff and students and fits in with a key aspect of Fort McMurray Composite High Schools growth plan and PBIS initiative.
As part of a full day of events, which also included a staff vs. student floor hockey games, FMCHS was fortunate to be able to bring in motivational speaker and magician, Jim Jordan who spoke to the students in the morning about what bullying is, different types of bullying and different that students can deal with different issues and behaviours related to bullying.
“The staff and students of Composite High School are standing up to bullying and we’re trying to teach our students to be respectful, to be responsible for their actions, and that we’re doing what we can in the school so that we don’t have problems with bullying. We’re trying to deal with things pro-actively school-wide,”
Graham Abbott Principal
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