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Park View Elementary School (6770)

Elementary school

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1327 EAST 9TH STREET
PUEBLO, CO 81001

307

Total Students Served

Pre-K - Grade 5

Bullying Prevention


About Bullying Prevention in Colorado Schools

A school culture that is safe, equitable, and positive for staff and students alike is crucially important for bully prevention and intervention.

The information on this page provides a simple yes or no on whether a school or district has a specific bullying policy or uses a specific evidence-based bullying prevention program. Please contact the district or school directly if you need more information about what is available.


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Bullying Prevention Data 2022-2023 (School)

Bullying Prevention data
Category Explanation Park View Elementary School
Bullying Prevention in Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

Whether or not the school uses any evidence-based bullying prevention programs.

Yes
Olweus Bully Prevention Program (OBPP)

Whether or not the school uses Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) as an evidence-based bullying prevention program.

Yes
Second Step

Whether or not the school uses Second Step as an evidence-based bullying prevention program.

Yes
Facing History and Ourselves

Whether or not the school uses Facing History and Ourselves as an evidence-based bullying prevention program.

Yes
Other Bullying Prevention Program

Whether or not the school uses another evidence-based bullying prevention program and if yes, which program is used.

Power of Zero
Bullying Policy: Biennial Survey

Whether or not the school administers a survey to students at least every other year on how frequently they perceive themselves to be a target of bullying and a witness to bullying.

Yes
Bullying Policy: Bullying Prevention Team

Whether or not the school has a team of persons who advise the school administration concerning the severity and frequency of bullying incidents that occur in the school.

Yes
Bullying Policy: Consequences

Whether or not the school sets forth appropriate disciplinary consequences for students who bully other students and for any person who takes retaliatory action against a student who reports an incident of bullying.

Yes

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