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School Year 2013 - 2014

Welcome to Blessed Sacrament School


Phone: 718-235-4863


Blessed Sacrament School is located in Cypress Hills,Brooklyn, easily accessible by all NYC public transportation

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        The school communities within the Brooklyn Diocese believe in the sanctity of human life and the inherent dignity of the human person. We believe that all students, school employees and volunteers have a right to a safe and healthy school environment. All members of the school community, in turn, have an obligation to promote mutual respect, tolerance and acceptance. Research shows that students who learn in a safe and supportive environment succeed academically. Students have a right to learn in an environment free of any harassment that substantially interferes with their education .

        Bullying, bias-based harassment /intimidation are intentional, repeated, hurtful acts (physical, verbal, written) committed by one or more persons towards another person or persons. It usually involves an actual or perceived imbalance of power which can be
physical, emotional or verbal. If not addressed, bullying can lead to the creation of a hostile, offensive or intimidating school environment and can affect a student’s educational opportunities.

The behaviors include but are not limited to:

   • Physical: physical violence, stalking, threats, aggressive or menacing gestures, exclusion from peer groups which is intended to humiliate or isolate the target (relational bullying)
   • Verbal: taunts, teasing, derogatory language, derogatory jokes, name calling, slurs, spreading rumors
   • Written: written or graphic material including graffiti containing comments or stereotypes that are electronically written and transmitted via internet, social messaging sites, blogs, instant messaging, text messages, cell phone, webcams. This would also include forwarding such messages if received. This generally       constitutes cyberbullying.

Reporting Procedures:
   • The targeted student, parent/guardian of a student or other     

      students in the school (bystanders), or any school staff who believe

      that bullying has occurred should report the incident to the

   • The principal needs to conduct an investigation by interviewing all

      parties separately.
   • The parents of all involved students should be notified.
   • If it is determined that bullying has occurred the child who bullied is

      to be subject to consequences per the school’s disciplinary code.
   • Parents should be advised to contact the appropriate law

      enforcement agency if the situation warrants such a report.
   • Referral to counseling should be made for all parties if deemed

   • The principal must follow up to see that the offending conduct has

   • All students should be notified that retaliation against anyone who

      makes a report will not be tolerated and those that retaliate will be

      subject to disciplinary actions.

Communication of Policy:
Annually all staff, students and parents should be apprised of the policy and such a school policy should appear in the parent/student handbook and faculty handbook.

                                                                                             January 18, 2011

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