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Bullying Resources

Addressing student bullying is challenging work and prevention is our best tool.  Listed below are some of the bullying prevention resources we have found helpful:


The website for October is National Bullying Prevention Month provides a variety of resources including videos, stories and ideas that you can use during October (and throughout the year) to engage, educate and inspire the prevention of bullying.

The California Department of Education's Bullying & Hate-Motivated Behavior Prevention website includes resources and links to articles on how bullying can be prevented and addressed.

stopbullying.gov provides a wealthy of information, videos and resources for parents, educators, community, teens and kids about bulling, cyberbullying and much more.

Visiting Teaching Tolerance's webpage you'll find magazine articles, guides, classroom activities and blogs to help deepen your understanding of bullying and ways to prevent it.

 The Cyberbullying Research Center's new website features facts, figures, and detailed stories from those who have been directly impacted by online aggression. In addition, the site includes numerous resources to help you prevent and respond to cyberbullying incidents.

KnowBullying is a FREE smartphone app that provides parents, caretakers, educators and others information and support to address youth bullying.  

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