Thank you for your
hard work on the Westest!
ACT Test Prep
Mrs. Tyree's room
Tuesdays--3:40 to 5
Good luck at the
State Track Meet!
PPHS Track State Qualifiers
Sports Physicals will be
June 3 at PPJSHS
Any 7th or 8th grader needing a blank physical form, see
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Mrs. Deb Barnett
Mason Co. Teacher of the Year!!
Mr. Kent Price
Mason Co. Administrator of the Year!!
Mr. Mike Hopson
Mason Co. Service Personnel of the Year!!
Coach David Darst
State of West Virginia
FOOTBALL COACH OF THE YEAR!!
Mr. Bill Rice
PPHS Football Hall of Fame
Class of 2012!!
PPJSHS is proud of our
outstanding staff members.
Thanks for all your great work!!
Principal, William Cottrill
280 Scenic Drive
Point Pleasant, WV 25550
Phone no: (304) 675-1350
Fax #: (304) 675-7480
Alt. School: Clint Pemberton
Point Pleasant Junior Senior High School is committed to putting an end to bullying! What is bullying? At first glance, many people might think this behavior is easy to define. Their first image of bullying might be of a physically intimidating boy beating up a smaller classmate. While that can still be considered bullying today, parents need to know that bullying behaviors can be much more complex and varied than that typical stereotype. For example, harmful bullying can also occur quietly and covertly, through gossip or on the Internet, causing emotional damage. Let’s consider a few definitions of bullying.
Although definitions of bullying vary, most agree that an act is defined as bullying when:
- The behavior hurts or harms another person physically or emotionally. Bullying can be very overt, such as fighting, hitting or name calling, or it can be covert, such as gossiping or leaving someone out on purpose.
- It is intentional, meaning the act is done willfully, knowingly and with deliberation.
- The targets have difficulty stopping the behavior directed at them and struggle to defend themselves.
Bullying can be circumstantial or chronic. It might be the result of a situation, such as being the new student at school, or it might be behavior that has been directed at the individual for a long period of time. Source: http://www.pacer.org/bullying/