• Bulldogs Don't Bully

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    Blue Ridge Middle School believes that all students have the right to attend school where their individual differences are respected and where they are free of fear of harassment and bullying. The school actively upholds and supports efforts to prevent harassment and bullying.
     
    The responsibility for combating bullying rests with the entire school community. Administrators are the acknowledged leaders in this effort; however, responsibility for effective anti-bullying programs must be the responsibility of the total school community. The administrators, teachers, counselors, students, and parents must be united in their knowledge, approach, and response to this effort.
     
    Blue Ridge Bullying Prevention Coordinators: Matt Bolen, Assistant Principal, Caroline Milne, Dean/PBIS Coordinator, and, Eryne Racino, Lead Counselor
     
    For more information on Blue Ridge Middle Schools' resources and programs with regard to Bullying Prevention, please select the link  https://www.lcps.org/Domain/21877
      
     
    For more information on Loudoun County Public Schools' policies with regard to Bullying Prevention, please select the link  https://www.lcps.org/Page/1887
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on October 19, 2020