Major Bullying Offenses
Examples of major instances of bullying could include:
Specific Follow-Up Steps for Bullying & Physical Fighting
Specific follow-up steps for bullying and physical fighting
Ultimately, it will be up to the discretion of the volunteer and staff to determine the severity of bullying. If a volunteer or staff is unsure, they should consult other staff and volunteers present.
[*] Cambridge Public Schools Anti-Bullying Policy document
Consequences for Not Meeting Expectations
Step 1 (1st offense) ·
Step 2 (2nd offense) ·
Step 3 (3rd offense)
Step 4 (4th offense)
Automatic 4th Offenses
1. Physical violence
2. Any type of major bullying
**For these situations it is not a guarantee that child will be permitted back into the program
Follow-Up Steps to 4th Offense Behaviors
Procedures when a 4th offense behavior occurs
What happens the next day?
Except in cases of physical violence or bullying (please see Bullying Definitions below), a new day means a clean slate! We encourage you to follow up with the child at the start of the evening. Encourage him/her to display positive behavior on this new evening
Example: “Hey! I know you had a rough day yesterday. How are you doing today?”
Vineyard Community Offerings aims to provide programs and events that are safe and fun for people of all backgrounds and cultures. To foster this environment, we have adopted the following policies and procedures regarding behavior expectations.
Program wide expectations to which all participants are held:
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