Bully Prevention & Education

  • Bullying Resources 

    Born This Way Foundation - The Born This Way Foundation is a movement started by Lady Gaga and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta, to empower youth to create a kinder and braver world.

    Bravery Tips - This site was developed by the National Association of School Psychologists and the National Council for Behavioral Health. It offers mental health resources and tips related to stress management, resiliency, bullying, suicide prevention, and building healthy relationships.

    Crime Prevention for Kids - Provides tips directly to a child/early adolescent audience to keep them safe at home, in the community, at school and on the Internet. Includes the topics of bullying and peer pressure.

    Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center - Features information and resources for children, teens, parents and educators around bullying topics with a particular focus on students with disabilities. Their additional websites www.teensagainstbullying.org and www.kidsagainstbullying.org are designed for kids by kids and feature videos and art, games and activities, and developmentally appropriate information for kids about bullying.

    PREVNet (Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence) - A network of researchers, organizations, and governments committed to stopping bullying. Features research-based strategies for parents, students, educators, and community members to prevent bullying and promote relationships. Provides downloadable, easily accessible handouts, manuals, and research summaries.

    Safe and Supportive Schools - Provides tools and manuals, research briefs, and additional readings about topics within the broad areas of school engagement, environment, and safety. The “School Climate Measurement” portion of the website features a school climate measurement tool compendium.

    Safe2Talk app---Safe2Talk is a free, downloadable app that allows students, parents, teachers, and residents the ability to anonymously report safety concerns in our schools, including suspicious or threatening social media activity.

    Stand for the Silent - Stand for the Silent is dedicated to reducing bullying and provides programs for schools on how to reduce bullying.

    Stop Bullying - StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on how kids, teens, young adults, parents, educators and others in the community can prevent or stop bullying.

    Stories of Us - A bullying prevention and intervention curriculum that includes film-based educational resources.

    Submit the Documentary - Submit the Documentary is an informative film that illustrates the serious social phenomenon of cyberbullying confronting our children and their well-being. It features interviews from affected teens, parents of victims, educators, experts and law enforcement as they tackle this worldwide issue, while offering solutions to this complicated problem. The ultimate goal of the documentary and website is to become the center of education on cyberbullying awareness, support and solutions.

    The Bully Project - The Bully Project is the website for the movie Bully, released in 2012. Resources can be found on the website to help parents and teachers foster discussion about the movie with their children and students.

    The Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility - Fosters social and emotional learning in schools by supporting an array of school-based programs. Features descriptions of social and emotional programs that promote conflict resolution and intercultural understanding. Sister site www.teachablemoment.org offers free lessons and activities for teachers to promote social and emotional learning.

Last Modified on October 16, 2023