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Assitant Principal

Annville Cleona High School


Assistant Principal

Annville Cleona High School


Assistant High School Principal

Cleona Elementary School


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Mr. Jason Marin Assitant Principal


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Jason Marin, assistant principal at Annville-Cleona High School, was on hand to act as a liaison for the school.He said the school's crisis plan calls for someone from the district to work with emergency personnel in such situations. Last night's exercise, he explained, was a chance for the district to practice communicating with emergency crews during a crisis. "The more practice we can have, the more practice they have," he said, "the better equipped we are to react when we have to." As an example of practice, Marin recalled a fire in the roof of the new building that occurred Jan. 17 while the students were in classes at the old building several hundred feet away. "So we got the feel for it, but that was a small incident," he said."In a large-scale incident, they're curious what my role will be and how I'll benefit them and vice versa." The exercise is one of the last events to be held in the old building, which was vacated the week before Easter.It is scheduled to be torn down in June to make way for athletic fields and a parking lot. "It's hard to do something to this scale in a facility you're trying to maintain," Marin said. Several doors and windows were purchased during an auction at the school on April 14 so participants could break them last night during the exercise, Marin said.


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Jason Marin, 33, of Lititz has noticed a severe decrease in discipline referrals regarding bullying during his three years as Annville Cleona Middle/High School's assistant principal. "I wish we had the category, prior to even my time here, so we could compare statistically, but I would estimate at least a 60 percent drop in bullying and harassment," he said. Marin credits this reduction in bullying to the school's Positive Peer Pressure Team, a student group that discusses ways they can help prevent bullying.Today, Marin predicts that the PPP Team's growth will continue."The very first student group that started it are now ninth-graders, and our goal is for them to start a ninth-grade group" said Marin."So by the time they graduate, there will be a group in each grade level." Among its accomplishments, the PPP Team created a Bully Box, which allows students to anonymously notify Marin that someone may be bothering another student, and requested language changes in the student handbook. "They met with me in May of last year and asked that 'bully' be spelled out," said Marin, adding that he uses the team's suggested "bully" definition when dealing with student bullies. "I like to read the definition out loud to a student and say, 'Now you tell me why you don't fit that?' " he explained.When they hear themselves being labeled as a bully, Marin continued, many will take it as a wake-up call and stop their behavior. Marin said the school has three teams in all, and the teachers on each team "virtually meet everyday." In addition, both Annville-Cleona and Palmyra provide assemblies to educate their teachers about bullying.Palmyra also presents an assembly at which the entire student body watches a Camfel Productions video titled "It's My Responsibility," which encourages students to keep the staff informed about what's going on at the school. While their schools are prepared to deal with bullying, neither Marin nor Hoffman view possible state intervention on the issue positively. "I don't think there's any school administrator that likes to be micromanaged by the state," said Marin.


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The program, scheduled by former Assistant Principal Jason Marin at the end of last school year, is not in reaction to any sort of problem at the school, Kepler said.


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