It's Not Okay
Bullying, substance abuse, cheating and more - these behaviors are not okay! Fort Worth ISD is committed to helping our students stay safe. The "Disrespect? It's not okay!" initiative encourages students to make healthy decisions and ask for help when they or their friends are in need. Students nicknamed the initiative INOK (pronounced I Knock).
This effort focuses on behaviors that can place a student and others at risk. These behaviors include: bullying, cyberbullying, teen dating violence, sexting, suicide, gang activity, sexual harassment, racism, human trafficking and substance abuse. This effort includes: media, education, response and support, reporting and evaluation. Through the reporting system, students are now able to report a concern through e-mail, text, by phone or by using the "friends 4 life" button below on any of the topics listed above and more.
The initiative focuses on one topic each month. Each topic listed below links to a separate page with web resources and other important information. In addition to the resources listed below, students encourage students to make a committment to support this student designed and student lead initiative.
The schedule of topics for this school year is:
Month /// Secondary Topics /// Elementary Topics
September /// Suicide /// Hurting Yourself
October /// Substance Abuse /// Substance AbuseBullying
November /// Bullying and Cyberbullying /// Bullying and Cyberbullying
December /// Racism /// Racism
January /// Human Trafficking /// Child Labor Expoitation
February /// Teen Dating Violence /// Being Mean
March /// Sexting /// Lying
April /// Sexual Harassment /// Disrespect
May /// Violence and Gang Activity /// Violence and Cheating
June /// July /// August /// ALL of the INOK topics
Director, Counseling Services