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     All students participate in conversations and activities in their classrooms that help students develop the skills they need to navigate social situations and keep themselves and others safe. In our K-5 classrooms, we use the Responsive Classroom Curriculum to support this work. In grades 6-8 we use an advisory structure from the Developmental Designs model.
    At Driscoll we have clear expectations and protocols for prevention of and intervention for bullying-like behavior. All students participate in regular lessons and conversations from the Olweus Anti-Bullying Program.
    The PTO also funds for Understanding Our Differences Program, which is a model, interactive disability awareness curriculum that teaches children to “see the person and not the disability.” The curriculum covers Blindness and Low Vision, Deafness and Hard of Hearing, Autism, Physical Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, and Chronic Medical Conditions such as Allergic Conditions, Asthma, Diabetes, and Epilepsy.