D'Angelo Center, Rm. 128, Queens Campus
Overwhelmingly, schools are safe and nurturing places for
students, and school leaders and faculty are dedicated to making
sure schools remain safe, learning environments for all students.
However, bullying is a serious issue that every school in the
nation faces. Nationwide, research shows that more than half of all
school-aged children will be involved in bullying this year as a
victim or a perpetrator with many more witnessing bullying acts on
a regular basis.
At St. John’s University, we believe in working together with our
students to combat bullying. We know this problem isn’t confined to
school grounds. Bullying at school affects and is affected by what
happens at home between siblings, what happens in the neighborhood,
and what happens when kids go online. We must work together to take
immediate action, whether a child bullies, is a victim of bullying,
or is a witness to bullying.
St. John’s University would like to invite students, parents and
their children to an evening program hosted by the School of
Education, Division of Student Affairs, Academic Service Learning
and Fraternity and Sorority Life. Our purpose is to support
and educate parents and children on this issue of bullying in our
St. John’s University and the affiliated sponsors are proud to
bring speakers, professors, student and alumni together to address
bullying within the community. Refreshments will be
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RSVP: Required. Please RSVP at
718-990-6258 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org by
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011.
Date: Tuesday, November 29th,
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: D'Angelo Center Rm.