By now, you've read the headlines: School bullying can get out of control, leading to homicides, suicides and devastated families.
Colorado Springs School District 11, working alongside the Pikes Peak Library District and the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, will host a discussion on April 29 to discuss different kinds of bullying and its consequences. It should be a great resource for anyone who cares about kids.
Here are the details:
Colorado Springs School District 11, Pikes Peak Library District, and the
Fine Arts Center team up to examine the many facets of bullying
On Tuesday, April 29, 7:00-8:30 p.m., at the East Library, 5550 N. Union Blvd., Beth Busby, BS, and Sandra Milligan, Ed.S., will discuss the definition and effects of bullying (including “cyberbullying”). Ms. Busby and Ms. Milligan will also identify various types of bullying, the differences between girl and boy bullying, bullying of the exceptional child, and the emotional, legal, and other consequences of bullying.
Book lists of related reading will be available at all PPLD locations. Additional information about the FAC’s Conflict | Resolution project is available at csfineartscenter.org/conflict.html. For more information on this presentation, visit ppld.org or call 531-6333, x1212.
Beth Busby, from Colorado Springs School District 11, is a state and national presenter on bright and gifted students with challenges, including autism spectrum disorders, ADAH, emotional disabilities, dyslexia, and a variety of other learning differences that impact academic and social/emotional success in school.
Sandra Milligan, also from Colorado Springs School District 11, is the district’s Safe and Drug Free Schools Coordinator. She has been a Licensed School Psychologist for over 26 years and is also a Licensed Professional Counselor in the community.
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