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Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 3:07 pm
by SamHill
Maturation wrote :
> Is a child who suffers from severe psychological, verbal, and physical
> abuse at home able to clean up their act in just 3 instances? You are
> asking a lot from a child that already has trouble with authority at home
> and has probably lost faith in adults all together. Therapy is the only
> solution for a bully not punishment.

Right on! I agree with this more than anything else.

Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:21 pm
by be*tupbad
If the 3 strikes are attacks and not a mutual fight then I think its fair. There is a huge difference between two people squaring up when tensions get high but to have one student attacking others at their leasure they dont belong in that school.

Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 3:58 pm
by reclaim
Its fair to me too. If you want to fight then go to a school filled with kids that want to do that and leave the ones serious about education alone!

Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:06 pm
by DQmania
....at the alllll ballll gammmmme. No more bullying!

Re: 3 strikes and your out

PostPosted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:39 pm
by MizCeeDub
robin wrote :
> MissSass,
> I agree with you and disagree at the same time. I dont think they should
> have to do a bully class after the third strike because thats too minor for
> a 3rd offense. Maybe each strike should be a different and harsher
> punishment. 1st strike is the bully classes so it will deter any aggressive
> behavior for the first offense. 2nd strike should be harsher because now
> you have taken a class and still conduct the same behavior so im thinking a
> longer stay in the program and maybe some form of community service but
> instead of doing it for the city you do it for your school plus are given
> an assignment on the lessons you learned in the bully program and must pass
> a test before being allowed dismissal. This way you not only have been
> trained but proven that you understand bullying completely and how wrong it
> is. The 3rd strike I cant figure if it should be the expulsion or just a
> severe suspension with maybe a short visit at opportunity school. Having
> clear and direct forms of punishment and education for the bully program is
> key before it is even made available in the school district. Maybe even
> have this program become a federal funding project so it is taken more
> seriously and becomes a permanent program in school nation wide.
Sounds good! Where do I sign the petition to implement this program into my kids school?! Lol

Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 10:00 am
by SteveFrans78
Like California's 3 strikes policy. That's good - they should implement that one.

Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:53 am
by MizCeeDub
Most schools have a 3 strike policy, not necessarily geared towards bullying, but for behavior in general. They need to do one for bullying. It's become serious enough to need a separate policy for bullying. And it needs to have a no tolerance, just as the "fighting" policy, and be in effect at every school across the board.

Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2013 1:52 pm
by JayKay
MizCeeDub wrote :
> Most schools have a 3 strike policy, not necessarily geared towards
> bullying, but for behavior in general. They need to do one for bullying.
> It's become serious enough to need a separate policy for bullying. And it
> needs to have a no tolerance, just as the "fighting" policy, and
> be in effect at every school across the board.

I have always thought that if you aggressively start a fight like an attack you should be kicked out of school the first time.If you think you are allowed to attack another classmate you dont belong in that school until you learn how to act right.

Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Mon Jun 10, 2013 8:22 pm
by windytunnel
Most schools have a zero tolerance fighting policy. First fight is usually 2-3 day suspension. 2nd offense is a week or more and third time is expulsion. If they could copy cat this somehow into a bullying program, there may be a decline in bullying and suicides.

Re: 3 strikes and you're out

PostPosted: Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:10 pm
by LoneNinja
SteveFrans78 wrote :
> Like California's 3 strikes policy. That's good - they should implement
> that one.

haha exactly