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Resources - Elementary


To make a report of bullying, contact a building administrator or guidance counselor. To make a report of bullying anonymously, please utilize the Anonymous Quick Tip tool. If you believe that you or another student is in immediate danger, contact the Allen County Sheriff's Department non-emergency number: (260) 449-3000.


General Bullying Prevention Information

Stop Bullying - 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

National Bullying Prevention Center (PACER) - unites, engages, and educates kids, teens, parents and communities nationwide to address bullying


Resources for Elementary Students

Kids Against Bullying - interactive prevention web site created for and by kids to learn about bullying, how to respond to it, and how to prevent it

NetSmartz Kids - interactive way of teaching kids how to recognize dangers and increase self-confidence whenever they go online. Includes games, puzzles, videos, and contests for kids.

Internet Safety Tips for Students - top 10 rules for online safety, can post list near home computer

Think Before You Link - digital safety tutorial provides a lot of great information about how to stay safe online


Resources for Parents

Action Steps for Parents of Elementary Child - understand the types of bullying and tips for addressing bullying at home

The Family Online Safety Contract - sample of internet use guidelines for parents and children, helps ensure a safe and positive experience online for the whole family

Top Internet Safety Tips for Parents - list encourages honest conversations between parents and kids about the activities they engage in online

Elementary Level Books for Families - a listing of age-appropriate books parents can use to facilitate discussion with their children on topics related to bullying (including character development, empathy, social-skills, group dynamics)

Onguard Online - tips for protecting kids online, securing your computer, and parental control options

Tattling vs. Telling - Tattling and telling are not the same. This document explains the differences so we can teach children when to report problems to adults with confidence.