Silvestri Deans' Dialogue
Students, welcome back to Silvestri! We would like to compliment you all on your positive behavior and your enthusiastic use of the Silvestri Seven as you settle back into everyday life at school.
The transition from summer relaxation to school-year work can be challenging, so in order to make this school-year enjoyable, successful, and safe, we’d like to take this time to highlight a few important issues regarding discipline here at Silvestri Junior High School. Please read the Deans' Dialogue below and if you have any questions please ask us when you see us in the lunchroom or around campus.
Enjoy the school year!
~Silvestri's CARE Center
“Bullying builds character like nuclear waste creates superheroes. It’s a rare occurrence and often does much more damage than endowment.”
– Zack W. Van
“Often the right path is the one that may be hardest for you to follow. But the hard path is also the one that will make you grow as a human being.”
– Karen Mueller Coombs
“What if the kid you bullied at school, grew up, and turned out to be the only surgeon who could save your life?”
– Lynette Mather
“When you hold people up for ridicule, you have to take responsibility when other people act on it.”
– Jay Asher
Say No To Bullying
Safe and Respectful Learning Environment
Per Clark County School District (CCSD) Policy 5137 - Safe and Respectful Learning Environment, the CCSD "Say No to Bullying" Website was developed to facilitate accessibility for individuals to report incidents of bullying.
Once an incident is submitted via this website, an email is generated to the school's administration notifying them of the report. Reports may be submitted anonymously. A "Say No to Bullying" hyperlink was provided for all CCSD schools to facilitate the reporting process.
The CCSD “Say No To Bullying” website is not monitored during weekends, holidays or after school hours.