ROE 53




ROE 53 Alternative Education Programs

110 Fandel Road
Germantown Hills, Illinois  61548


309-383-3002 Phone


​ROE53 Alternative Education Programs

Our Mission
Our mission is to provide a safe and positive learning environment that will improve students' social, behavioral, and academic success. Our programs provide opportunities for growth through individualized teaching, mentoring, and support. By focusing on respect, communication, and mindfulness, it is our hope for students that they leave our doors with a better understanding of the world around them, the tools necessary to achieve their goals and dreams, and be positive leaders in their communities.

       Anti-Bullying Policy

  
STUDENTS
Prohibition of Harassment, Bullying and Cyber bullying

The ROE 53 Regional Office of Education Governing Board recognizes that a school that is physically emotionally safe and secure for all students promotes good citizenship, increases student attendance and engagement, and supports academic achievement. To protect the rights of all students and groups for a safe and secure learning environment, the governing board of education prohibits acts of bullying, harassment, and other forms of aggression and violence. Bullying or harassment, like other forms of aggressive and violent behaviors, interferes with both a school’s to educate it students are expected to refuse to tolerate bullying and harassment and to demonstrate behavior that is respectful and civil.

The ROE 53 Regional Safe School and Academy Program is committed to a safe and civil educational environment for all student, employees, volunteers and patrons from harassment or bullying. Being defined as:

                     “Bullying” or Harassment” is any gesture or written, verbal, graphic, or physical act
                (Including electronically transmitted acts – i.e., cyber bullying, through the use of internet, cell            
Phone, personal digital assistant (pds), computer, or wireless handheld device, currently in use or later developed and used by students) that is reasonably perceived as being dehumanizing, intimidating, hostile, humiliating, threatening, or otherwise likely to evoke fear or physical harm or emotional distress and may be motivated either by bias or prejudice based upon any actual or perceived characteristic, such as race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression; or a mental, physical, or sensory disability or impairment; or by any other distinguishing characteristic, or is based upon association with another person who has or is perceived to have any distinguishing characteristic. Bullying and harassment also include forms of retaliation against individuals who report or cooperate in an investigation under this policy. Such behaviors are considered to be bullying or harassment whether they take place on or off school property, at any school-sponsored function, or in a school vehicle or at any time or place where a child’s imminent safety or over-all well-being may be at issue.

This policy is not intended to prohibit expression of religious, philosophical, or political views, provided that the express does not substantially disrupt the education environment. Some behaviors that do not rise to the level of harassment or bullying may still be prohibited by other school policies, building and/or classroom rules.

I HAVE RECEIVED A COPY OF THE ANTI-BULLING POLICY AND AGREE TO BEHAVE IN A MANNER THAT DOES NOT VIOLATE THE POLICY OR THE STUDENT’S CODE OF CONDUCT.

Student Signature ______________________________________________________Date______

Parent Signature   ______________________________________________________Date______

  
  
           

CONTACT INFO
107 Riverview Drive
Creve Coeur, Illinois 61610
 
Telephone:
309-698-8034
Fax:
309-698-8062
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