Code of Conduct
Read the February 2012 Flyer focused on Teen Violence Dating HERE
Challenge Day ( Click HERE for specific information about this event)
On Friday, December 16th Propel Braddock Hills High School will hold it's 1st ever Challenge Day. This is another measure to combat bullying in school and to educate our students about the dangers of bullying. Students will be presented with information from community experts on sexual harrassment, race issues, poverty info, and cyberbullying. In the afternoon the entire student body will participate in a discussion with guest panelists.
Expect Respect Program.
Expect Respect engages students in learning about healthy relationships. Classroom presentations give students the opportunity to share their thoughts about dating, abuse, and respect. Through the video, Causing Pain: Real Stories of Dating Abuse and Violence, students are able to see that abusive relationships are not always just physical, but can include any type of controlling behavior such as constant texting, instant messages and phone calls, telling a partner what they can or cannot wear, restricting contact with other friends and peers, or putting a partner down through name calling or insults. Click HERE to visit the website. For specific information on the Expect Respect program
Read an article about the Expect Respect Program .
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