The following websites contain helpful information about bullying prevention.
The Parents Guide to Internet Safety, Security and Screen Time for Kids
Please contact your child's guidance counselor if you have concerns or need more information.
Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
These websites provide information and resources specific to the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. You can learn more about the program, download information sheets, and find additional resources to support the implementation of Olweus at your school.
For Parents and Teachers: http://www.pacer.org/bullying/index.asp
For younger children: http://www.pacerkidsagainstbullying.org/
For teens: http://www.pacerteensagainstbullying.org/
The Pacer Center has a National Center for Bullying Prevention. They also have a bullying prevention website for children and one for teens. Demi Lovato, a young actress and singer, has joined Pacer Center in their bullying prevention efforts. The website provides handouts and other useful information for parents and other adults.
Cyber Bullying Help
This website provides an overview of cyberbullying, information sheets for parents, and tips for addressing cyberbullying. Listen to a public broadcast interview about cyberbullying. Provides information about what to do if a child is being cyberbullied including how to report offensive posts on common social networking sites.
Cyberbullying Research Center
Find more fact sheets and tip sheets for educators, teens, and parents. Website includes short video clips discussing cyberbullying. Send links for information sheets to parents or print out sheets and send them home with students. Include a copy of the internet and cell phone use contracts for parents and kids to complete together. Ever wonder what all of those abbreviations kids use mean? A six page list of common chat abbreviations is available here. Check out the cyberbullying scenarios. Read one during a class meeting and discuss how to deal with the situation.
Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use