Anti-Bullying

ARE YOU BEING BULLIED OR A WITNESS TO BULLYING? 

WE ARE HERE TO HELP!

Please use the resources below to get support: 

CLICK HERE TO REPORT BULLYING TO OUR ANTI-BULLYING TEAM

Stop Bullying Now, Stand Up, Speak Out

Need to talk to someone directly? Contact our Anti-Bullying Team Directly by email / phone: 

NAME

DEPARTMENT

EMAIL

PHONE

Mrs. Holly Brewer

Elementary Social Worker

hbrewer@dist46.org

815-444-4251

Mrs. Martha Maggiore

Elementary Principal

mmaggiore@dist46.org

815-444-4336

Mrs. Nicole Motl

Junior High Principal

nmotl@dist46.org

815-444-4343

Mrs. Lisa Nelson

Junior High Social Worker

lnelson@dist46.org

815-444-4291

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Prairie Grove School District 46 Social and Emotional Mission: 

In partnership with staff, parents, and the community, the social and emotional learning mission of Prairie Grove Elementary is to enrich the life experiences of every learner by fostering an environment that respects, honors, and promotes safety, while developing social and emotional learning to enhance personal and academic excellence.

Beliefs:

  • All children should feel emotionally and physically safe in their environment.

  • Children need to be taught how to use and understand their emotions.

  • All community members should guide a child’s perception of self to enhance his/her actions, thoughts, emotions, and relationships.

  • By utilizing a balance of cognitive, social, and emotional tools, all learners can enhance personal and academic excellence.

  • Students learn and progress at their own social and emotional pace.

  • All members of our learning community should engage in open, honest, and respectful communication.

Prairie Grove School District 46 - Anti-Bullying Policy:

Prairie Grove District 46 has multiple programs in place to help our students put an end to bullying. Under the Board of Education’s guidance, the District’s administrators, faculty, and students have worked to craft policies, procedures, and programs to help protect and educate students about this important issue. Our schools promote a culture of character using programs such as ROAR, PAWS and PBIS.