The Greece Central School district is committed to providing students a safe learning environment that respects the dignity of all. Greece schools are continuing the multi-year implementation of a K-12 Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) approach. PBIS enables school staff to utilize data to monitor and intervene to reduce challenging behavior. The approach also helps staff to recognize and acknowledge students' positive behavior.
The Dignity for all Students Act ensures each school in New York State has a plan to both prevent and respond to harassment/bullying. Greece Central Schools have updated school protocols and response systems to ensure a safe environment for all students, staff, parents and community members where students are ready to learn.
We recognize that despite our best efforts, students and parents may need additional assistance to respond to bullying. To ensure a quick response to parent and student concerns, the district has developed a Bullying Reporting Process. Each Greece school has identified a bullying prevention leader. A school-by-school list with contact information is provided below as a reference.
If you wish to anonymously report bullying, please call our Safe School Helpline at 1-800-418-6423, extension 359.
What Are Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)?
All Greece schools use Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) when working with students. This prevention-oriented approach to student discipline focuses on teaching behavioral expectations and rewarding appropriate behaviors.