Squelching school fights Added awareness,

training and practice protect staff and students from violence
Ron Schachter
District Administration, April 2014
3/30/2014
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[At Sells Middle School in the Dublin City School District in Ohio, school administrators are using the Complete Student Safety and Behavior System technical tool to track student tardiness and how it might relate to school fights.]
At Sells Middle School in the Dublin City School District in Ohio, school administrators are using the Complete Student Safety and Behavior System technical tool to track student tardiness and how it might relate to school fights.

It was a lunch hour more than 10 years ago when Terri Lozier, now a principal in another district just outside Chicago, was sucked into the violence of a school fight. Then a teacher, she was supervising the cafeteria when one girl tried to strangle another.

“Two girls got really loud, and all of a sudden one of them had put her purse strap over the other’s head and was choking her,” says Lozier, principal of Streamwood High School in School District U-46, in Elgin, Ill. “I got in the middle of the fight, put my hand between the purse strap and (victim’s) neck, and got punched in the head five or six times.”

In those days, teachers were not trained to respond to fights, Lozier says. “Teachers were diving into fights thinking, ‘I can take these kids down,’ ” she says. “Kids were getting injured and so were the adults.”.

Standing up for TEACHERS

When one school teacher gets the other fired, he is challenged to an after-school fight.
BULLYING ALL DAY LONG
What’s so funny about this? Kids fighting in school, The President Of The United States stopping people from entering the county.  Teachers now fighting, because one told on another… And they decide to hold the fight in front of the whole school on the school grounds.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!. Ban this movie from being shown in our communities. If you or your teen see’s this movie it might increase violence,  plus bring disrespect within our schools towards our teachers and our community.

We will ask for a Cease And Decease  of the showing of this movie in regards to Title IV and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,  Minnesota’s  Anti-Bullying Legislation.  For more info on standing up to this and not bowing down to exposing our kids to more violence, high levels of profanity

For Teachers Sake
Don’t Let This Happen

Thursday February 16th 11: -2:PM 

Eden Prairie AMC Theater

8251 Flying Cloud Drive, Eden Prairie, MN


The release is February 17th 2017
We will be at the AMC Arbor Lakes 16
12575 Elm Creek Boulevard North Maple Grove MN 55369


“JOIN  US”

11:AM- 2:PM with signs saying stop the showing of this movie

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612-306-5894 get involved

2 Female Teachers Arrested for Fighting During SchoolPublished March 20, 2008
Associated Press
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COLUMBIA, S.C. –  Two female middle school teachers were arrested Wednesday on charges they got into a fight in front of students, officials said.

Eighth grade teachers Tawana Horton, 30, and Cambrella Pinckney, 28, bumped into each other during a hallway class change Friday afternoon at St. Andrews Middle School and began fighting, according to a report by the Richland County sheriff's department.

The two teachers told an officer that they had an ongoing personal dispute, the report said.

The teachers were charged with disturbing schools and have been placed on administrative leave, deputies said.

"This occurred with students on the scene and they witnessed what happened," Richland School District 1 spokeswoman Karen York. "Teachers are looked at as role models. That doesn't set a good example."

Minnesota stands up against BULLYING.

Enough is Enough!!! we are asking to BAN the movie Fist Fight from being shown in our communities. This movie can contribute to bullying in our schools and community and  cause on going problems in school and out of school.  The movie is opening February 16th & 17th The disrespect for teachers, and students and the excessive profanity and innuendoes about sex with youth after high school is a set up for child Molestation after 18. THIS IS NOT A GOOD MOVIE. WARNING! If you preview the trailer there is profanity like you wouldn't believe. STAND WITH US AND SAY NO BULLYING THE KIDS

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For Teachers Sake.

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