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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 Students

Teens Against Bullying - designed for middle and high school students to find ways to address bullying, to take action, to be heard, and to join an important social cause

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

Resources for Parents

Tips for Parents of Teens - understand the types of bullying and tips for addressing bullying issues at home whether your teen is the aggressor, victim, or bystander

Common Social Media Sites and Apps - brief descriptions of the popular social media sites and applications students utilize

Technology Contract - sample contract for parents and teens, includes cell phone and computer/internet use guidelines, helps develop healthy technology expectations

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

CyberBully Hotline - shares with parents the signs of bullying, why students don't report bullying, what parents can do to prevent bullying, as well as how to talk about bullying at home

Protecting Kids Online (FCC) - tips for protecting kids online, securing your computer, and parental control options