What is this Website for?
This website is designed to support SB Policy 5.002, Prohibiting Bullying and Harassment, to safeguard the rights of all students and employees. The Department of Safe Schools will continually update this website as more information about effective resources is identified.
The website organizes resources in several forms: 1) templates and scripts which promote ethical expectations; 2) models for procedures that are aligned with policy; and 3) effective prevention/intervention strategies that are supported by evidence-based practices and programs. Together, we will maintain a District–wide focus to prevent and/or reduce the issues that lead to bullying and violence.
The Department of Safe Schools has aligned with major networks such as the PACER’s National Center for Bullying Prevention to participate in the anti-bullying public relations National Campaign. We specifically linked our violence prevention efforts and our Bullying Awareness and Intervention Website in a deliberate way with Dr. Ron Slaby, research scientist from Harvard University and the Education Development Center to feature Eyes on Bullying.
The Eyes on Bullying Program features an innovative toolkit, a specially-designed website, and educational teleseminars, developed to prevent bullying in the lives of children. The website can be accessed by clicking , here at www.eyesonbullying.org and the Toolkit which provides specific insights, strategies, activities, and resources to address bullying can be downloaded here
National Campaign features programs for Kids and Teens:
- Kids Against Bullying. An interactive, creative and relevant bullying prevention web site created for and by kids to raise awareness of bullying prevention in elementary schools ...
- Teens Against Bullying An interactive, creative and relevant bullying prevention web site created for and by teens to raise awareness of bullying prevention in middle and high schools ...
- Bullying Prevention - National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Includes K-12 curriculum, and outreach programs for parents, law enforcement, and community leaders.
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- State and District Policies
- National Campaign Resources
- Student Resources
- School Resources
- Cyberbullying and Cybersafety
- Community Benefactors
Further Resources on the Web
- Options for Anonymous Telephone Reporting
- Dr. Sameer Hinduja’s Cyberbullying Research Center
- FAU’s Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
- Rodd. D. Brickell Foundation
- SafeSurf from the Attorney General
- Stop Bullying Now! National Campaign
Bullying Prevention/Intervention Coordinator