and the social and emotional well-being of students are a priority of
the Beavercreek City School District. The District actively seeks to
educate students and staff about the dangers of bullying behavior, and
has bullying-prevention programs in place at all buildings (see OLWEUS
City Schools employs a part-time Prevention/Intervention Coordinator that
works with students in grades K-12 to educate them about matters that include bullying, personal safety, social skills, emotional health and
other topics. This individual coordinates bully-prevention training
for school district staff members, and offers parents and guardians
resources to help them work with their child to address bullying issues
at home. For information about Prevention/Intervention Services,
contact Lisa Cron (Lisa.firstname.lastname@example.org) at
Beavercreek Police officer also works with the District as a School
Resource Officer to ensure that a safe school environment is maintained.
This officer is available to students and their families. For
information, contact Officer Mark Brown at 458-2484.