Appointed by Chair, Baltimore County Board of Education: Lily P. Rowe
Appointed by Executive Director, Dept. of School Safety, Baltimore County Public Schools: Timothy N. Thulion; Zachary Wissman.
Appointed by Baltimore County Student Councils: Makenna Hakim
Appointed by Council of Administrative and Supervisory Employees: Aubrey P. Brown; Charlyne G. Maul; Diane L. Richmond.
Appointed by Maryland School Counselor Association: Ashley Hofferbert; Korteni Jacobs; Nancy K. Schlenoff.
Appointed by PTA Council of Baltimore County: Jayne Lee
Appointed by Teachers Association of Baltimore County: Cindy Sexton
Ex officio: Penelope E. Martin-Knox, Ed.D., designee of Interim Superintendent of Schools, Baltimore County; Haleemat Adekoya, student member, Baltimore County Board of Education; April K. Lewis, Executive Director, Department of School Safety, Baltimore County Public Schools; Sharone Brinkley-Parker, Ed.D., Director, Office of School Climate, Baltimore County Public Schools.
Final Report to to Governor & Baltimore County General Assembly Delegation due Dec. 1, 2020 (Chapter 496, Acts of 2018).
Staff: Carol R. Batoff, Ed.D.
c/o Superintendent's Office, Baltimore County Public Schools
6901 North Charles St., Towson, MD 21204
In July 2018, the Baltimore County Anti-Bullying Task Force was created by the General Assembly (Chapter 496, Acts of 2018).
For two school years, 2018-19 and 2019-20, the Task Force is to compile data on the number of incidents of bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, and intimidation, including how each incident was resolved. Next, the Task Force will study both current disciplinary actions and the range of potential disciplinary options for students determined to have violated school policy with respect to these offenses. Finally, the Task Force will make recommendations on strategies and programming for a countywide anti-bullying campaign; whether disciplinary action for a violation of bullying policy should be the same countywide; and if community service should be considered as a disciplinary action. Other areas for recommendations by the Task Force will define options for victims of intimidation who feel unsafe at school; procedures for notifying the parents both of the offender and the victim; procedures for informing a victim's parents of actions taken to keep the victim safe in school; methods of anonymous reporting of bullying by students; school resources available for students who have been threatened and their parents; and electronic learning for students who have violated anti-bullying policy and whose presence in school is disruptive.
Authorization for the Task Force ends December 31, 2020.
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