This workshop will cover the extent of bullying and its effects on young people. We will look at our current statewide data and see what students are saying about the
This workshop will cover the extent of bullying and its effects on young people. We will look at our current statewide data and see what students are saying about the topic. Lastly, along with learning about Wisconsin’s state statute addressing bullying and school district responsibilities regarding this law, we will cover a myriad of resources available to support your district’s efforts in combatting this issue.
- Learn about the definition & prevalence of school-based bullying
- Learn about WI law & school district responsibilities addressing bullying
- Gain knowledge of a myriad of resources to combat bullying
PRESENTER: Jessica Frain, MSW: Jessica is a School Mental Health Consultant for the Department of Public Instruction. She is currently a Coordinator for the Wisconsin School-based Mental Health Services Grant and the Coordinator for the Wisconsin School Climate Transformation Grant. As a member of the Student Services/Prevention and Wellness Team at DPI, she also co-leads efforts to support Bullying Prevention, Social and Emotional Learning, and Comprehensive School Mental Health. She received her MSW from UW-Madison and, prior to joining DPI, worked as a School Social Worker in the public schools. She has been deeply involved in training and implementation of the Trauma Sensitive Schools approach and has a passion for equity and justice work.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm