NJ Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act
New Jersey’s Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act was signed into law on January 5, 2011. The provisions of this law take effect September 1, 2011. There are many new requirements in the Act requiring:
- Every school district to adopt a new harassment, intimidation, and bullying policy that is in compliance with the Act by September 1, 2011.
- Every school district to have an Anti-Bullying Coordinator and every school to have an Anti-Bullying Specialist and School Safety & Climate Team. The Coordinator, specialist, and School Safety Team have very specific statutory responsibilities.
- The school district to provide training to current and new school employees, volunteers and contract service providers who have significant contact with pupils.
- Every teacher to complete at least two hours of instruction in harassment, intimidation, and bullying prevention in each professional development period as part of the professional development requirement pursuant to the Act.
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator Mrs. Renae Bush
Anti-Bullying Specialists Bayonne High School
House 1: Frank Blunda, email@example.com
House 2: Lyndia Hayes, firstname.lastname@example.org
House 3: Eric Ryan. email@example.com
House 4: John Calcaterra, firstname.lastname@example.org
House 5: Monique Bullock, email@example.com
House 6: John Rickard, firstname.lastname@example.org
Henry E. Harris Community School - #1
Kaitlyn Ballance (Grades 5-8)
Brianna Drew (Grades PreK-4)
Horace Mann Community School - #6
John M. Bailey Community School - #12
Dana Vincent (Grades 5-8)
Megan Healy (Grades PreK-4)
Lincoln Community School - #5
Mary J. Donohoe School - #4
Nicholas Oresko Community School - #14
Danielle Traina Coll
Philip G. Vroom Community School - #2
Walter F. Robinson Community School - #3
Washington Community School - #9
William Shemin Midtown Community School - #8
Andrea Mantone (Grades 5-8)
Heather Rich (Grades PreK-4)
Woodrow Wilson Community School - #10