On October 7, Carroll ISD is asking all students, teachers, and staff to wear blue for ‘Dragons Go Blue’, the official CISD kickoff for National Bullying Prevention Month. Schools around the country will be taking part in this same initiative as a way to bring attention to the negative impact of bullying and bring awareness to ways to prevent it.
This year, Carroll ISD will continue to focus on the wellness and resiliency of all Dragons. Being that October is National Bully Prevention Month, campuses around the district have special events planned throughout the month to address the importance of bullying prevention. The goal of these activities is to encourage communities to work together to stop bullying and cyberbullying through conveying the impact of bullying on students of all ages.
Students have multiple options when it comes to reporting potential bullying cases. The Student Hotline is a system that is designed to help students, parents and the community report past, present and predicted concerns in our school community. Each of the secondary campuses has their own unique phone number that can be found on their campus website. This tip line allows students to anonymously report concerns to their individual campus.
There is also a Dragon Tip Line selection available on the Dragon Mobile App. Students can submit messages within the app and submit them directly to campus administration.
CISD also has a feature on the district websites called ‘Let’s Talk’ that is a digital version of the phone tip line. Students, parents and community members can fill out an online form to report anything they feel the district need to know about including bullying, suggestions for the campus or district, and even to brag on a dragon doing a great job. This option is available to anyone in the Carroll ISD community.
Wear blue for ‘Dragons Go Blue’ day on October 7, and help CISD kick off National Bullying Prevention Month. Also, you can get involved in the conversation by using the hashtag #DragonsGoBlue on social media.