• Flemington-Raritan Regional School District

    Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying  

    HIB Self Assessment 2018-2019 - Presented August 2019 

    HIB Self-Assessment District & School Grade Report 2018-2019 
    • In the spring of 2019, the school safety teams for each of the schools in the Flemington-Raritan Regional School District completed the New Jersey Department of Education's Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act of 2011. The results of this self-assessment were based on data and practices implemented during the 2018-2019 school year.  

      Each school safety team rated the 32 self-assessment indicators on a scale of 0 to 3 (0-Does Not Meet Requirements, 1-Partially Meets the Requirements, 2-Meets All Requirements, 3-Exceeds the Requirements). The highest possible score is 78 points. All Flemington-Raritan Schools are meeting or exceeding the requirements. To view the official release of the District and School Grade Report from the 2018-2019 school year, please click here.

      Based on the results of this self-assessment, the district focused on the following initiatives for the 2019-2020 school year:

      • Extension of the climate survey to the student population;
      • Training on school climate for all School Safety/School Climate Team members; 
      • Counselor-led School Safety/School Climate Team meetings throughout the year using the training received; 
      • Use of myK12, an HIB management system;
      • Training of all staff, contracted service providers and volunteers in HIB policy & prevention;
      • Implementation of districtwide Week of Respect initiative and associated activities; 
      • Implementation of districtwide Great Kindness Challenge initiative and associated activities;
      • Implementation of resilience programs and activities within our schools;
      • Teaching resilience strategies within our schools and classrooms; 
      • Implementation of Screenagers Next Chapter: Empowering Youth with Stress Resilience; and
      • Ongoing meetings with counselors to study progress in the schools towards meeting the core elements and to ensure best practices are being utilized in the prevention of HIB
Last Modified on June 8, 2020