Bullying Awareness Resources for Parents, Students and Staff
Bully Prevention Resources
Online Resources - Parents and Educators
Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS)
CAPS, Long Island's leading organization dedicated to preventing bullying and child abuse. There are sections for kids, parents, schools and the community that include activities, strategies and suggested reading material.
Kids Health – Dealing with Bullying for Teens
This website provides topics that include bullying survival tips, steps to stop school bullying and more.
Six Ways to Protect Preschoolers and Kindergarteners from Bullying
From education.com, this article sheds light on bullying in the younger years.
StopBullying.gov, a federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health, provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.
Ten Actions Parents Can Take if Your Child is Bullying Others
This website provides ten actions you can take to help create better outcomes for both your child and the kids who were bullied.
Online Resources - Students
Bullying Prevention with Big Bird
In the video, "The Good Birds Club," Big Bird is bullied by another bird in the neighborhood. The show empowers children by providing strategies for dealing with bullying, and encourages them to seek the help of a trusted adult.
It's My Life
This PBS Kids website offers teens a chance to explore and learn how to handle bullying, about innocent bystanders and bully-free zones.
McGruff - The Crime Dog
Students can watch videos, play games and get advice about bullying.
Pacer Kids Against Bullying
This website provides online activities and videos for students
StopBullying.gov which is a federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health, offers early childhood and elementary school webisodes.
"Bullying at School and Online"
Quick facts for parents from education.com
"Keep your Kids Safe" - Do You Know Where Your Child is Clicking?
(Click here to download this informative article)