Cyberbullying

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Website Icon IML (It's My Life) Friends and Bullies - PBS
Sometimes it seems like bullies are everywhere: in your school, in your neighborhood, online...even on your cell phone! But whether it's happening to you or a friend -- or you find yourself joining in -- bullying doesn't have to be "just a part of ...

PDF Icon A Student's Guide to Personal Publishing
Defines personal publishing, how technology allows teen authors to publish their work faster than ever before and benefits such as immediate feedback from friends, adults, or even experts from around the world. The guide also caution readers about ...

PDF Icon Activities for Teens - 10 Ideas for Youth to Educate their Community about Cyberbullying
The Activities for Teens gives 10 ways youth can educate people in the community about cyberbullying. It suggests youth first research the problem by spending time online to gain an understanding of cyberbullying. Youth are then encouraged to ...

Website Icon Assuring Safe Schools for All Students: Addressing Gender-Based Bullying in Schools
This webinar is targeted for a variety of adult audiences in K-12 settings. Goals include: What schools need to know to address gender-based bullying/discrimination; California policies addressing bullying; and recommendations for dealing with ...

Website Icon Building Assets-Reducing Risks
Building Assets-Reducing Risks (BARR) is specifically designed for 9th grade students to promote positive engagement and bonding in the 9th grade and beyond. Strategies of school engagement are blended together with high expectation and positive ...

Website Icon BySTANDer Revolution - Take the Power Out of Bullying
Bystander Revolution differs from many other anti-bullying organizations in that it offers solutions for bystanders and allies, in addition to the targets of bullying. Hundreds of unscripted videos featuring students, celebrities, and leaders ...

Website Icon Common Sense Media - Cyberbullying for Parents
Cyberbullying affects everyone, texting, social sites, media, networking, email and IM - this is how kids socialize. They tune in to find out whos dating who or what the math homework is. A helpful website for parents of Pre-Schoolers ages 2-4 to ...

Website Icon Common Sense Media Curriculum - Administrators, Teachers, Counselors
Go way beyond Internet safety! Turn students into great digital citizens. Get all the tools you need with this FREE Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum and Parent Media Education Program. The relevant, ready-to-use instruction helps you ...

Website Icon Cyber Smart! 21st Century Skills for Education
This site provides free, online professional development workshops for teachers designed to help develop skills and strategies for supporting students in the effective and appropriate use of technology in meeting student learning needs and promoting ...

Website Icon Cyberbullying Research Center - www.cyberbullying.us
The Cyberbullying Research Center provides up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents. The site features publications, research, presentations, multimedia, resources and more.

Website Icon GetNetWise: Keeping Children Safe Online
Information on safe searching and social networking for families, including an Online Safety Guide. Safety tips for all ages, 2 through 17 years old.

PDF Icon Heads Up: Stop. Think. Connect
Hey kids! Being online-connected through some sort of device-is how you live your life, right? And as you spend more of your time there, it can be easy to over-share, embarrass yourself, mess up your computer and possibly get messages from creepy ...

Website Icon Helping Kids Cope With Cliques - KidsHealth
Is it bullying or exclusion? Given how common cliques are throughout middle and high school, at some point your child is likely to face the prospect of being in one or excluded from them. Theres little you can do to shield kids from cliques, but ...

Website Icon Hey U.G.L.Y. - Unique Gifted Lovable You
Why the name U.G.L.Y.? Because it is one of the most negative words in our vocabulary and one of a handful that youth use to inflict pain on others and themselves. Developers converted ugly into Unique Gifted Lovable You as a way of turning ...

PDF Icon Is Your Child Being Bullied in Cyberspace?
This information sheet from the Pacer Center explains for parents, what cyberbullying is and how it works. Provides a 3-step action plan to help parents protect their children from cyberbullying.

Website Icon It’s STILL Elementary – Talking about Gay Issues in School
Part of Groundsparks Respect for All Project facilitating the development of inclusive, bias-free schools and communities; Its STILL Elementary presents a moving story about the power to ignite positive social change through documentary film and ...

Website Icon Kidsdata.org
Serving as a gateway to comprehensive data about the health and well being of children across California, this website makes it easy to monitor trends and pinpoint disparities. Users can easily find shareable data from more than 35 trusted public ...

Website Icon KnowBullying - A Free Bully Prevention App from SAMHSA
KnowBullying, is a free App for smart phones from SAMHSA that can prevent bullying. Research shows that parents and caregrivers who spend at least 15 minutes a day talking with their children build the foundation for a strong relationship and ...

PDF Icon Living Life Online ~ A Guide for Youth
Your life is hectic: you go to school, spend time with your family, do your homework, hang out with friends, and carve out some time for yourself. As you live your life online and off, some behaviors can help you be more successful: asking questions ...

Website Icon Love Our Children USA - Parent Resource
From Soothing a Crying Baby to What Parents Can Do To Stop Bullying this website provides great resources for parents including empowering positive changes, bullying and cyberbullying prevention, internet safety and school violence prevention. Other ...

Website Icon Mean Stinks!
GIRL BULLYING IS DIFFERENT...Girls tend to be less physical and are more emotional and verbal with their bullying. The Gang Up For Good website features an outlet for girls to express themselves while becoming aware that bullying hurts. Fun ...

Website Icon NetSmartz Workshop - Cyberbullying Prevention
NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing Exploited Children(r) (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for ...

Website Icon Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) is a school-wide program designed to improve peer relations to prevent and/or reduce bullying in the elementary and junior high school setting. OBPP has also been adapted successfully for high school ...

Website Icon PACER TeensAgainstBullying
Teens, you can make a difference. You can help put a stop to bullying. Join Demi Lovato and Pacers Teens Against Bullying and get the facts. Speak Up. Speak Out. Put an end to bullying now.

PDF Icon Presta Atención: Para. Piensa. Conéctate.
Internet ofrece una cantidad de oportunidades, pero vienen acompañadas de ciertos riesgos. Esta guía para niños les da consejos sobre cómo reducir los riesgos que implica socializar, jugar y comunicarse en línea.

PDF Icon Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools
Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools was funded by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to help high schools, school districts, and their partners design and implement strategies to prevent suicide ...

Website Icon PSA: Everyone Knows Your Name - Online Safety Commercial
The goal of the Online Sexual Exploitation PSA campaign is to make teen girls aware of the potential dangers of sharing and posting personal information online and of communicating with unfamiliar people. The PSAs direct teen girls to "Think Before ...

Website Icon Rachel's Challenge
This website is dedicated to supporting positive school climate for students by bringing awareness to issues of bullying, isolation and despair. Rachels Challenge is a series of student empowering programs and strategies that equip students and ...

Website Icon Second Step: Student Success Through Prevention for Middle School
A program that teaches empathy and communication, emotion-management and coping skills, and decision making to help students stay engaged in school, make good choices, set goals and avoid bullying, cyberbullying and peer pressure. Curriculum ...

Website Icon Teenangels.org
What are Teenangels? Teenangels are a group of 13- to 18-year old volunteers that have been specially trained in all aspects of online safety, privacy and security. After completion of the required training, the Teenangels run unique programs in ...

Website Icon The Bully Project
The BULLY Project is the social action campaign inspired by the award-winning film BULLY. A national movement was sparked by the film to stop bullying, transform kids lives and change a culture of bullying into one of empathy and action. Now ...

Website Icon ThinkB4YouSpeak.com
For LGBT teens, homophopic remarks such as "that's so gay" is the most commonly heard slur they encounter. Often unintentional and a common part of teens' vernacular; most do not recognize the consequences, but the casual use of this language often ...

Website Icon Tweenangels.org
Who are Tweenangels? Tweenangels are aged between 7 and 12 years-old and are specially trained to make the Internet safer for kids. What do Tweenangels do? They write columns for websites and become expert public speakers and reseachers. They ...

PDF Icon What to Do If You're Sexually Bullied
If youre a girl, chances are quite high that at some point in your life, someone will try to make you feel inferior or guilty for what they perceive as your sexuality or sexual behavior...This type of sexual bullying in unfair and upsetting, and ...

Website Icon WiredSafety
WiredSafety is an online safety, education, and help group founded in 1995 providing extensive information, and education to cyberspace users of all ages regarding Internet and interactive technology safety, privacy and security issues. ...

Website Icon 10 Steps to Stop and Prevent Bullying
Developed by the National Education Association (NEA). Read this first: 10 Steps to Stop and Prevent Bullying. Then scroll down to the end of the page for PDFs regarding: The Stop Bullying Speak Up Comic Challenge! Bus Drivers and Bullying ...

PDF Icon 20 Questions Parents Ask Principals about Bullying…and How You Can Answer
Bullying interventions often include difficult conversations. If you have ever felt like you are in the crossfire, you are not alone. This document prepared by the NAESP, Education.com a website serving parents, and Committee for Children, a ...

Website Icon A Thin Line - Campaign to Prevent Cyberbullying
MTVs A Thin Line campaign was developed to empower youth to identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse in their life and amongst their peers. The campaign is built on the understanding that theres a thin line between what may begin ...

Website Icon American Psychological Association - Bully Prevention Resources
The American Psychological Association is the largest scientific professional organization representing psychology in the United States. Their website offers a wide variety of topics and resources on mental health and wellness including a number ...

Website Icon American School Counselor Association
School counseling programs are collaborative efforts benefiting students, parents, teachers, administrators and the overall community. This site is supportive of parents and schools working together. Parents will find numerous resources from back ...

Website Icon American Society for the Positive Care of Children
The American SPCC is devoted to building an active, caring community adovcating for childrens rights and the welfare of families by increasing awareness of child abuse, promoting positive parenting, and offering anti-bullying strategies. This ...

Website Icon Arcohe Union School District (Herald, CA)
In 2009, the Sacramento County Student Mental Health and Wellness (SMHW) Collaborative developed a plan to promote student mental health through school-based programs and strategies. The Bullying Prevention Project (BPP) is the first major activity ...

Website Icon Association for Middle Level Education - AMLE
This link directs you to a variety of middle school resources for addressing and preventing bullying, on school campus and through social media, cell phone, smart phones and computers. Learn how to recognize electronic and school site aggression ...

Website Icon B.R.A.V.E. Society
Say Something, Do Something. It Starts with Me! Bullies Really Are Violating Everyone Society (BRAVE) is a Sacramento based non-profit, grass roots organization that is dedicated to creating peer abuse awareness. BRAVE is a solution focused ...

Website Icon Banishing Bullying Behaviors
This website is designed to be informative and elicit conversation with individuals who are interested in banishing bullying behavior among children and adults. It is also designed to educate parents and professionals about twice exceptional ...

Website Icon Blueprints for Violence Prevention
The Blueprints mission is to identify truly outstanding violence and drug prevention programs that meet a high scientific standard of effectiveness. In doing so, Blueprints serves as a resource for governments, foundations, businesses, and other ...

Website Icon Boston vs. Bullies
BOSTON vs BULLIES is an anti-bullying initiative presented by The Sports Museum and the Boston sports community. It features current athletes from Boston’s professional sports teams sharing their stories and providing kids with ways to stand strong ...

Website Icon Bullying Awareness Guidebook: Students Staying Safe in School
Cyber and physical bullying continue to be a growing concern and like so many misunderstood issues, education and awareness are the best prevention tools we have. This guidebook is intended to: educate students of all ages and their families about ...

Website Icon Bullying Hurts
Bullying can be physical, verbal, or psychological. In this 16-minute video presentation, Christine Laehle explains bullying and teasing, types of bullying, characteristics and warning signs of a target and a bully, and bystander effect. Laehle ...

Website Icon Bullying is No Laughing Matter
Bullying is No Laughing Matter is a comic book with a message. This compilation of comics, personal stories, and educational resources have the same message: bullying is a problem and there is hope. 36 nationally-distributed comics come together ...

Website Icon Bullying Prevention and Response Training Course @ StopBullying.Gov
StopBullying.gov encourages discovering your role in bullying prevention! A 1.5-hour online course is now available at the StopBullying.gov website. The course provides guidance on how to take a public health approach to bullying prevention ...

Website Icon Bullying Statistics
Statistics show bullying and harassment has become a huge problem. This website is intended to help educate the public on bullying issues - in schools, in the workplace and adults and youth who bully. The site offers information and resources on ...

Website Icon California Department of Education School Safety Resources
The California Department of Education's Safe Schools web page offers a list of available training opportunities, resources and technical assistance to help establish school/community environments that are physically and emotionally safe, well ...

Website Icon California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare
This site provides information related to selected child welfare programs. Programs featured on the site are being used in California to promote child and family well-being. Resources are listed by topic areas including behavior management, parent ...

Website Icon Center for Safe Schools
A statewide clearinghouse for educators, law enforcement, parents and others on school safety and youth violence prevention. Located in Pennsylvania, it is one of 20 Statewide School Safety Centers in the nation. CSC offerings include professional ...

Website Icon Cerebral Palsy and Bullying
Studies concerning childhood bullying suggests that children with disabilities are sometimes more likely to be bullied than their non-disabled peers, typically during school. In turn, this can negatively impact their ability to learn and acclimate ...

Website Icon Child Online - What Every Parent Should Be Aware Of
Not all strangers are bad, but then how does one determine that in the virtual world where even the identity shared may not be true? With the fear of cyber crooks, hackers and predators present, it is indeed necessary that we know how to keep our ...

Website Icon Coaching Boys Into Men
Whether youre a coach, a school administrator, athletic director, parent, a violence prevention activist, city park recreation director or a community leader, YOU have a role in Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM). The simple phrase boys to men ...

Website Icon Common Sense Media--Standing up, Not Standing By: A Free Toolkit for Educators
This free toolkit supports educators in preventing cyberbulying, which hurts students, disrupts classrooms, and impacts school culture. The resources include lessons for students, resources for parents, and strategies for handling cyberbullying ...

Website Icon Community Matters
The programs and services of Community Matters include components of the Whole School Climate Framework. They are modular, providing the flexibility to address a school's specific culture, needs and goals: Cyberbullying Solutions Safe School ...

Website Icon Creating A Peaceful School Learning Environment - CAPSLE
The CAPSLE program works to develop mentalizing skills in students and staff across the wider school community, beginning with bystanders perceiving and accepting their own (unthinking) role in maintaining the bully-victim relationship through ...

PDF Icon Cyberbullying - Identification, Prevention, and Response
This article discusses some of the negative effects cyberbullying can have on a person, where cyberbullying typically happens and estimates on how much cyberbullying occurs. Other topics discussed include, the difference between cyberbullying ...

Website Icon Cyberbullying PSA - Kitchen Table
This PSA produced by the Ad Council, demonstrates the lack of empathy that is common when bullying is done by internet/computer. A bully is more brave and direct at bullying a victim because they are not face to face. PSAs such as "Kitchen Table" ...

Website Icon Cyberbullying: What You Can Do
Cyberbullying, the use of electronic technology such as text messaging and social networking to bully another child, is a growing problem. This webinar, hosted by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), provides details ...

Website Icon Delete Cyberbullying - A Project to Stop Online Harrassment
This project aims to educate parents and teens about cyberbullying and to work toward its eradication.The website offers the latest news, events, and research on cyberbullying; a petition encouraging students to pledge they will treat others ...

Website Icon Educators for Social Responsibility - ESR
ESR works directly with educators to implement systemic practices that create safe, caring, and equitable schools so that all young people succeed in school and life, and help shape a safe school. The website includes information on professional ...

Website Icon Elk Grove Unified School District Anti-Bullying Initiative
Elk Grove Unified has developed strategies for bullying prevention and intervention to help keep students safe and ensure a healthy learning environment. The district has an extensive board policy on bullying that includes cyberbullying, bullying ...

Website Icon Embrace Civility in the Digital Age
A website addressing youth well-being and risk in the digital age in a manner that promotes positive norms, increases effective skills and resiliency, and encourages young people to be helpful allies who positively intervene when they witness peers ...

Website Icon Embracing Digital Youth
A new website created by Nancy Willard, director of the Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use. Her book, Cyberbullying and Cyberthreats was the first book published in the world addressing this critical issue. The website promotes ...

Website Icon Eyes on Bullying - What Can YOU Do?
Provides a multimedia program to prepare parents/caregivers to prevent bullying. Features a comprehensive tool-kit containing strategies, skill-building activities and resources, including how to talk to children about bullying behavior. ...

Website Icon Eyes on Bullying Toolkit
Issues surrounding bullying can often be complex. Knowing how and when to intervene requires effective strategies and practics. Eyes on Bullying, a downloadable toolkit features specific insights, strategies, activities and resources to address ...

Website Icon Fix School Discipline
Produced by the Public Counsel of California, this website contains a toolkit to support and guide schools in addressing discipline and creating positive climates for student learning and wellness. Numerous resources are listed and specific ...

Website Icon Galt Joint Union High School District
In 2009, the Sacramento County Student Mental Health and Wellness (SMHW) Collaborative developed a plan to promote student mental health through school-based programs and strategies. The Bullying Prevention Project (BPP) is the first major activity ...

Website Icon General Guidance on Bullying: Bullying Prevention and Response
In this 11-minute video, Karen Meyers of the Orange County Department of Education summarizes California laws regarding bullying and discusses factors districts may want to consider when responding to bullying allegations. This presentation ...

Website Icon GirlsHealth.gov
Be Happy. Be Healthy. Be You. Beautiful GirlsHealth.gov is a website that offers girls reliable, useful information on health and well-being. The site covers a wide range of topics including stopping bullies, dealing with conflict, social media ...

Website Icon Great Schools
The website offers a variety of school topics. The Bully Prevention menu provides a number of resources and strategies to address and prevent school bullying issues.

Website Icon Half of Us - Dealing with Digital Drama
Sometimes, written communication through texts, email or social networks is more convenient. But without body language, tone of voice and facial cues, it can be hard to understand what your friend is really saying or how theyre really doing. When ...

PDF Icon Handouts for Understanding & Intervening in Bullying Behavior Training Module
Handouts for participant use with the workshop series, Understanding and Intervening in Bullying Behavior.

Website Icon HelpGuide.Org
HelpGuide.Org is a non-profit guide to topics and issues related to mental health and well being. The webpage, Dealing with Bullying provides resources on bullying, cyberbully, whos targeted and why, and tips for parents if their child is a ...

Website Icon IBP Association’s – Guidelines for Selecting Bullying Prevention Resources
The International Bullying Prevention Association (IBPA) has developed a handy checklist when considering bullying prevention and intervention resources. At the website, scroll down and click on Resource Guidelines Online Form Categories ...

Website Icon Internet Safety: 2014 Resource Guide
In 2013, nearly 15% of high school students experienced electronic bullying (2013 Youth Risk Behavior Survey). This resource guide provides links to organizations, programs, publications, and resources focused on Internet safety and information on ...

PDF Icon Jim Dillon's Top 5 Culture-Changing Tips for Schools
Jim Dillon is an author and school administrator with more than 35 years of experience in education. As principal of Lynwood Elementary in NY, he developed a program to decrease innappropriate behavior on school buses. Dillon also founded the ...

Website Icon Love Is Not Abuse
This curriculum deals with sensitive issues related to dating abuse. During their teenage years, when they are no longer children, but not yet adults many young people begin to form their first romantic relationships. Dating violence/abuse is ...

Website Icon Love Is Respect - LGBTQ Abusive Relationships
Everybody deserves a safe and healthy relationship.Think same-sex couples cannot be in abusive relationships because they are the same gender? Not true. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) youth experience dating abuse ...

Website Icon Make Beats Not Beat Downs - MBNBD
MBNBD is a non-profit uprising dedicated to presenting alternative help to bullies and bullied youth through all aspects of art, music education. The organization has partnered with some of the most talented musicians, teachers, students and ...

Website Icon National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network was established to improve access to care, treatment, and services for traumatized children and adolescents exposed to traumatic events. NCTSNs collaboration of frontline providers, researchers, and ...

Website Icon Natomas Unified School District
In 2009, the Sacramento County Student Mental Health and Wellness (SMHW) Collaborative developed a plan to promote student mental health through school-based programs and strategies. The Bullying Prevention Project (BPP) is the first major ...

Website Icon NO MATTER™!
A campaign of STOMP Out Bullying.org, encourages young people to spread the word that, we are all the same, we are all people The campaign seeks to demonstrate: It doesnt matter who you are, what you look like or what your sexual orientation is. ...

Website Icon NOBullying.com: The Movement Against Bullying
Nobullying.com is an information portal for parents, teens and educators seeking help online for bullying and cyberbullying prevention. Includes the most up-to-date resources, articles and forums covering bullying and cyberbullying issues. Find ...

Website Icon Not In Our School/Not In Our Town
A Not In Our School Campaign is an ongoing commitment to enpower students to create safe and inclusive environments that are free of bullying, anti-gay harrassment, bigotry, racism, and all forms of intolerance. This quick start guide provides ...

Website Icon Not The Target
Not the Target provides individual counseling services and anti-bullying programs for schools, students, parents and therapists. The website offers information on bullying and cyberbullying prevention training, resources and more. ...

Website Icon On Guard Online.gov
Cyberbullying is bullying or harassment that happens online. It can happen in an email, a text message, a game, or on a social networking site. It might involve spreading rumors or images posted on someone's profile or passed around for others to ...

Website Icon Overcoming the Bystander Effect
Bullying. Most people sometimes freeze or react poorly because they don’t understand the reality of what is happening. They may be in disbelief or don’t know what to do. Young people need to be taught the skills needed to prevent and stop bullying ...

Website Icon Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center
"The End of Bullying Begins with You." PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center unites, engages and educates communities nationwide to address bullying through creative, relevant and interactive resources. PACER’s bullying prevention resources ...

Website Icon Peaceful Schools International - PSI
PSI offers many different types of resources for schools, students, and parents, including films, books, teaching guides, toolkits and more! Most items that are available to download free of charge. PSI works with schools around the world to help ...

Website Icon Point Break
The Point Break program is designed to improve the behaviors, values and attitudes of middle- and high-school students on their campuses and in their communities, intervening before acts of bullying, hatred or violence occur. As a result, better ...

Website Icon Promote Prevent - Preventing Bullying
This organization designs, delivers and evaluates innovative programs to address challenges and promote safe and healthy schools. The website provides an extensive collection of resources related to bullying to help communities, educators, ...

Website Icon PromotePrevent's - Preventing Cyberbullying
PromotePrevent, part of Education Development Center (EDC)a global nonprofit organization that delivers and evaluates innovative programs in the areas of education, health, and economic development. The Cyberbullying webpage provides important ...

Website Icon PSA: Teen Dating Abuse
A Public Service Announcement providing insight on a current issue, teen dating abuse including texting and sexting harrassment. This PSA is linked to the "Love Is Respect.org" website and is a good resource for parent and dating teens to view ...

Website Icon Que Es El Acoso - StopBullying.gov Espanol Website
Like the English language version, the new site provides parents, teachers and community leaders with resources they need to prevent bullying. Explore the new site for research and best practices on cyberbullying, prevention and response. You will ...

Website Icon River Delta Unified School District
In 2009, the Sacramento County Student Mental Health and Wellness (SMHW) Collaborative developed a plan to promote student mental health through school-based programs and strategies. The Bullying Prevention Project (BPP) is the first major ...

Website Icon Robla School District (K-6)
In 2009, the Sacramento County Student Mental Health and Wellness (SMHW) Collaborative developed a plan to promote student mental health through school-based programs and strategies. The Bullying Prevention Project (BPP) is the first major ...

Website Icon Sacramento City Unified School District
In July 2011, SCUSD launched a comprehensive bullying prevention program focused on reducing bullying and harassment of students district-wide. The program is designed to address the issue of bullying systemically and follows the district’s ...

Website Icon Safe School Ambassadors Program
The Safe School Ambassadors (SSA) program is an "inside-out" approach to improving school climate, that relies on social norms change and the power of students to help stop bullying and violence. Student bystanders are a critical and under-utilized ...

Website Icon San Juan Unified School District
Visit the Districts website and find bullying prevention resources at your fingertips! Discover a variety of in-district resources as well as links to outside resources on topics such as bullying and cyberbullying, media literacy, social-emotional ...

Website Icon Scholastic: Parent Guide to Bullying Prevention
The Parents Guide to Bullying website, by Scholastics Parent Child Magazine features a variety of resources and tools for parents about bullying behavior. On the homepage, parents will find a list of age-appropriate anti-bullying books for ...

PDF Icon Sharing Ideas and Resources to Keep Our Nation's Schools Safe (Volume II)
In this second edition of Sharing Ideas and Resources to Keep Our Nations School Safe, readers will find information about school safety-related programs from federal agencies such as the FBI and U.S. Department of Education; efforts at the state ...

Website Icon Sprigeo
Online bullying prevention program where reports are made anonymously by students, teachers, parents and other staff who do not want give in-person reports to school personnel. The program has an administrative tool for identifying behavior trends ...

Website Icon STOMP Out Bullying - Kids, Teens and Parents
STOMP Out Bullying focuses on reducing and preventing bullying, cyberbullying, sexting and other digital abuse, educating against homophobia, racism and hatred, decreasing school absenteeism, and deterring violence in schools, online and in ...

PDF Icon Stop Bullying Bookmark
A great reminder and tool for use during Octobers National Bullying Prevention Month and beyond! The Stop Bullying message is designed for use as a bookmark reminding students how to help keep their schools bully-free. The message includes a ...

Website Icon Stop Bullying Now
How students think about mistreatment influences how they are affected by it. If they blame themselves for others’ mean behavior toward them or accept others’ negative judgments of them uncritically, mean behavior has more power to wound them. If ...

Website Icon Stopbullying.gov
A federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Includes resources/information on the definition of bullying/cyberbullying, who's at risk, how to respond and prevent bullying. Includes updates, featured ...

PDF Icon Strategies for Becoming an Ally Before, During and After Bullying
Developed by author and educator Signe Whitson in partnership with the Crisis Prevention Institute, this factsheet provides strategies and down-to-earth, practical advice for professional and parents on navigating the daily challenges of living ...

Website Icon Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere - STRYVE
STRYVE is a national initiative led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent youth violence before it starts among young people ages 10 to 24. STRYVEs vision supports the notion of safe and healthy youth who can achieve ...

Website Icon StudentReach.org - Bullying Prevention Assemblies
Student Reach is a non-profit organization that provides fast-paced, interactive middle- and high-school assembly programs, coaching programs and innovative resources to help students find their potential and take action against bullying. Programs ...

Website Icon Suicide Is Preventable
Know the warning signs for suicide and how to have a direct conversation with someone who may be in crisis. But don't keep this important information to yourself. Help educate others by sharing this website with friends, family and loved ones ...

Website Icon Teach Peace Now
Teach Peace Now (TPN) offers books, activities, lesson plans, and ideas that teachers, parents and students can use to promote values, attitudes and behaviors which encourage non-violent resolution of conflict, respect for human rights, democracy, ...

Website Icon Teaching Channel - Bullying Prevention
The website houses a 3-part Bullying Prevention Video Series to assist parents in helping their children and school community. Videos include, Bully Proof Your Child, Become a Solution Coach; Creating Rules and Rubrics to Prevent Bullying; and ...

PDF Icon Technology and Youth - Protecting Your Child from Electronic Aggression
Techology and youth seem destined for each other. They are both young, fast paced and ever changing. In the last 20 years there has been an explosion in technology offering many potential benefits for youth. However, this recent explosion does not ...

Website Icon The Info Booth @ KidsHelpPhone.ca
KidsHelpPhone.ca is a canadian-based, toll-free phone help line and electronic-based resources aimed at kids and teens. Its a great youth-friendly site thats easy to explore and find information. The Info Booth tab contains topics of interest to ...

Website Icon The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments
Schools and communities across the U.S. are contending with many factors that affect conditions for learning, such as bullying, harassment, violence and substance abuse. The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) is ...

PDF Icon The Ultimate School Bullying Prevention Advice Guide
Developed by The Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) of Australia, this guide contains a collection of enlightened answers to help: Kids who are being bullied Teachers and School Administrators Advocates Kids who bully CPI conducted an ...

Website Icon Tips to Help the Bullying Bystander
Taking a stand against a bully especially one with social or physical clout is never easy. Parents can help by giving children the knowledge, skills, and support necessary to appropriately intervene when witnessing bullying behavior. Even though a ...

Website Icon Twin Rivers Unified School District Bullying Prevention Resources
In 2009, the Sacramento County Student Mental Health and Wellness (SMHW) Collaborative developed a plan to promote student mental health through school-based programs and strategies. The Bullying Prevention Project (BPP) is the first major activity ...

Website Icon UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools
The UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools offers a number of resources and tools as well as a program clearinghouse and publications to support schools in creating environments for social emotional wellness and academic success. They also have ...

PDF Icon Understanding and Intervening in Bullying Behavior
This training toolkit (produced by USDEs Safe Supportive Schools Technical Assistance Center) is comprised of two modules addressing bullying in classrooms. The 2-part series include: Module 1: Understanding and Intervening in Bullying Behavior, ...

PDF Icon Understanding Bullying – 2013 CDC Fact Sheet
A clear and concise overview of bullying, this fact sheet developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention examines what bullying is and is not, and includes tips/information on: Definitions Impact on health Bullying as a public ...

PDF Icon What Works Brief: Harassment & Bullying
Developed by the California Safe and Supportive Schools (S3) Technical Assistance Center, What Works Briefs summarize state-of-the-art practices, strategies, and programs for improving school climate. Based on the most current research, this brief ...

Website Icon Words Wound Curriculum
A school-based curriculum providing educators with tools that teach students how to use technology to combat cruelty and promote kindness. Developed by Justin Patchin Sameer Hinduja, the program consists of a book for teens, Words Wound: Delete ...

Website Icon Youth.Gov - Bullying Prevention and More!
The Youth.gov website created by the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs (IWGYP), is composed of representatives from 12 Federal agencies that support programs and services focusing on youth. Of particular note is the Youth Topics ...