Unfortunately, many young people are victims of bullying. This can be a written, verbal or physical act that is threatening, intimidating or abusive. Often bullying is repeatedly carried out by one student toward another and causes emotional or physical harm. This behavior can also occur online through videos, blogs and social media. If you or someone you know is being bullied, contact your school counselor or a trusted adult right away or seek help from another local resource.
When it comes to bullying, it is important to report your concerns as soon as possible. Qualified counselors are available 24 hours a day to offer confidential support.
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Anti-harassment, intimidation and bullying resources.
Resources to help put an end to bullying and keep our local students safe.
A comprehensive list of links to anti-bullying resources.
Resources on how to effectively prevent and stand up to bullying.
Learn more about the OLWEUS Bullying Prevention Program for safer schools.