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It's Not Okay

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, suicide, gang activity, , human trafficking, and substance abuse. 


The schedule of INOK topics for this school year will be:

All District-approved resources include developmentally appropriate language. 


Month: Secondary Topic (Grades 6-12) / Elementary Topic (Grades PK-5)

August: Safe, Supportive, and Positive School / Safe, Supportive, and Positive School  

September: Suicide Prevention / Hurting Yourself 

October: Substance Abuse Prevention / Healthy Choices 

November:  Bullying/Cyberbullying Prevention / Bullying/Cyberbullying Prevention

December: Respecting Others / Showing Kindness

January: Human Trafficking Prevention / PROTECT

February: Relationship Violence Prevention / Being Mean

March:  Differences in Abilities Awareness / Differences in Abilities Awareness  

April: Stress Management Strategies / Staying Calm

May: Thriving Through Transitions (Mental Health Awareness) / Asking for Help

Student Engagement and Counseling Services