RespectED and bullying prevention at Regina Public Schools

RespectED and bullying prevention at Regina Public Schools

Bullying is a pervasive and multifaceted problem in our society as a whole.  It is an issue for all age groups, and cultures.  As such, it is not just a school problem.

The School Division works with partners and the community to offer supports to prevent and eliminate bullying amongst students. One program is called RespectEd. It is offered by our parthers at the Red Cross in Saskatchewan. Recently, The Regina Leader Post ran a story and video about RespectEd activities at Winston Knoll Collegiate. See that article and video here

Regina Public Schools has a variety of programs and learning opportunities for students and staff to acquire the tools to prevent bullying and to respond swiftly and appropriately if it occurs.

To find out more about these programs follow this link and/or ask your school principal or teacher.