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Parent/Teacher Organization

Saint Paschal Baylon PTO

Welcome to the 2018-2019 Saint Paschal Baylon PTO

Board Members:

Co-Presidents: Deb Barker and Christine Fioritto
1st Vice President: Kristi Apelt
2nd Vice President: Kate Herberth
Treasurer: Paula Metz
Secretary: Natalie Treibatch

Contact us at PTO@saintpaschal.com

Meeting Information:

Meetings will be typically held the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Eymard Room unless otherwise noted.**

  • September 12, 2018
  • October 3, 2018 – 7:30 p.m-late start due to conferences**
  • November 7, 2018
  • December 5, 2018 X-mas meeting
  • January 9, 2019
  • February 6, 2019
  • March 6, 2019
  • April 3, 2019
  • May 2, 2019 **Thursday

Ladies Guild

The Blessed Sacrament Ladies Guild

Women United in Faith, Fellowship, and Service

Mission Statement: The Ladies Guild is a community of women, joined spiritually, committed to promoting the well-being of the parish and school through hospitality, charity, and service.

We are a volunteer parish organization with membership eligible to any woman who is a member of St. Paschal Baylon Parish. We are a wonderful mix of women, ranging from career women to women with preschool/school age children, to long-time members with grandchildren.

Introducing the 2018-2019 Board

President……………………………………………………….Caitlyn Kozelj

Vice President………………………………………………..Nancy Dulzer

Craft Show Co-Chairs…………………Nancy Dulzer & Paula Metz

Treasurer……………………………………………………..Allison Spinos

Corresponding Secretary………………………………..Emily Orlando

Recording Secretary……………………………………………Tania Jarc

Bullying Prevention

Olweus Bully Prevention Program
We have been implementing the Olweus Bully Prevention Program for four years. There has been a decrease in bullying at SPB according to our survey each year! We are continuing this important program at our school so that students have the information and skills necessary to recognize bullying and know how to stand against it. The teachers have class meetings to discuss bullying and each teacher has been trained in the Olweus program. More information on the Olweus Bully Prevention program can be found here.

Here are our survey results for this year compared to our results from our first year of implementation.

2014 Olweus Survey Results Compared with 2011 Results

Gender of Students Completing Survey Gr. 3-8

  • 48% (2011-52.3 %) Girls
  • 52% ( 2011-47.7%) Boys

Reporting being bullied

  • 62% are not bullied ( 2011-51.6%)
  • 23% are bullied once or twice (2011-30%)
  • 6% are bullied 2 or 3 times a month (2011-8% )
  • 3% are bullied about once a week (2011- 4.7%)
  • 5% are bullied several times a week( 2011-5%)

Our report shows that 15% of boys and girls report being bullied 2 or 3 times a month or more. The national average is 19.5%.

Students reported that they were mostly bullied by students in their class or in their grade.

Report of taking part in bullying

  • 84% has not bullied another (2011-67%)
  • 13% has bullied once or twice ( 2011-25%)
  • 2% has bullied 2 or 3 times a month ( 2011-2.2%)
  • .4% has bullied about once a week-(2013- 3.4%, 2011-1%)

Percentage of girls and boys who are not involved, the victim only, bully- victim, and bully only SPB Nationally

  • 83% not involved (13- 83%, 12- 87%,11-78%) 78% not involved
  • 14% victim only (13- 13%12- 11%, 2011-15%) 16% victim only
  • .8% bully-victim (13-3%, 12- .7%,11-3%) 2.4% bully-victim
  • 1.6% bully only (13- 1.7%, 12- 1.8%, 11-3%) 3.6% bully only

Bullying continues to be mostly verbal. Girls reported being bullied 2 or 3 times a month by exclusion, another way and verbally. Boys reported being bullied 2 or 3 times a month verbally, by exclusion, racially and through rumors. The lunchroom and playground are the most common places for bullying.

Did you know that the number one factor in preventing bullying is having one good friend? Help your child develop good friendship skills and you will prevent bullying at the same time.

The goals of the Olweus Bully Prevention Program are:
1. To reduce existing bullying problems among students
2. To prevent the development of new bullying problems
3. To achieve better peer relations at school

The Program Components are:
1. Individual- dealing with bullying on the individual level
2. Classroom- weekly class meetings are held
3. School- a Bully Prevention Committee and school-wide staff training and
4. Partnering with Parents- parental involvement on the Bully Prevention Committee and communication
5. Community- develop partnerships with community members to help spread the anti-bullying message
If you think your child is being bullied, please contact his/her teacher immediately.

HELPFUL WEBSITES

WWW.STOPBULLYING.GOV
WWW.NEA.ORG
WWW.STOMPOUTBULLYING.ORG
WWW.PACER.ORG

Terms to know…

  • bullying: Bullying is when someone does or says negative things on purpose and repeatedly to someone who is weaker or has less status.
  • bully: The person who intentionally hurts another person using words, technology, and actions of a physical nature.
  • target: The person being bullied.
  • bystander: The person or people who witness bullying.

Need Advice?

Email knight@saintpaschal.com! This email is checked nightly by a bully prevention committee person. If your child is experiencing bullying, you can write to this account for advice or to let the school be aware of the situation.

Contact & Directions

5360 Wilson Mills Road, Highland Heights, OH 44143

 

Saint Paschal Baylon Catholic School

Saint Paschal Baylon Catholic School
5360 Wilson Mills Rd, Highland Heights, OH 44143, USA
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