Bullying Resources

Two cartoon children yelling at each other

Remember Bullying is when these three things happen…
BULLYING: GET THE 411 BEFORE THE 911

RUDE or MEAN vs BULLYING: The Difference

Additional Resources and Information

Stand Up Video

Choosing Kindness Article

Two free tutorials brought to you by Global Compliance Network:
Bullying and Cyber Bullying

"Doxxing" a form of online Cyber Bullying

Directions for submitting Bullying Reporting form:

Please complete the Word Doc form provided, save on your desk top, e-mail as an attachment to bullying@manhattan114.org.  
Or print form, mail to Bullying@Anna McDonald School 200 Second St.

Thank you for taking the time to share your concern.
Manhattan School District 114 Administration

Confidential Bullying Reporting Form

Links

Resources for Parents

www.pacer.org
What Parents Should Know About Bullying
www.tompoutbullying.org
Parent resources on how to prevent and deal with bullying
www.stopbullying.gov
Prevention: Teach kids how to identify bullying and how to stand up to it safely
www.stopcyberbullying.com
www.cyberbullying.org
www.bullying.org
www.stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov
www.cyberbullying.us
www.i-safe.org
www.bullypolice.org
www.wristband.com
www.preventingbullying.org
www.connectsafely.org
www.netsmartz.org
Articles for Parents
5 Signs of a Bully article English.pdf
The Bully and the Bystander - article - English.pdf
19 Signs Your Child is Being Bullied and What to Do about it- Article- English.pdf
How do you Know When Your Student Or Child Is Being Victimized and How Can You Help.pdf
PreSchool parent tips on Bullying.pdf
Misdirections in Bullying Prevention and Intervention.pdf

Resources for Teachers
www.i-safe.org
www.pacer.org

www.nea.org
Teaching students to prevent bullying
Activities and Children's Books on Bullying
Located in District forms
www.netsmartz.org
www.educationworld.com
www.iu1.org
Middle School
www.iu1.org
Elementary
Anti-bullying activities on Pinterest
www.glsen.org 

No Name Calling Week (6-8)

Resources for Students
www.stopbullying.gov
If you have done everything you can to resolve the situation and nothing has worked, or someone is in immediate danger, there are ways to get help.
www.pacerteensagainstbullying.org
Teens Against Bullying: Specifically created to help teens learn about bullying, how to appropriately respond to it and how to prevent it.
www.pacerkidsagainstbullying.org
Kids Against Bullying: Specifically created to help elementary school children learn about bullying, how to appropriately respond to it and how to prevent it.
www.inpatientdrugrehab.org/cyberbullying-substance-abuse/
A guide on how to deal with cyberbullying and substance abuse.

“The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.”

Albert Einstein

Additional Resources

Resources for Bullying Prevention: http://www.learnpsychology.org/now/
Violence Awareness and Prevention Guidebook: http://www.learnpsychology.org/now/violence/

Books for Adults
  • Bullying Beyond The Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying, S. Hinduja and J.W. Patchin
  • Bullying at School: What We Know and What We Can Do, D. Olweus
  • The ABCs of Bullying Prevention, K. Shore
Non-fiction Books for Children
  • Dealing With Bullying, M. Johnston
  • Talking About Bullying, J. Powell
  • Bullies Are A Pain in the Brain, T. Romain
  • Bullying, P. Sanders
  • Stop Picking On Me: A First Look at Bullying, P. Thomas
  • Why Is Everybody Always Picking On Me? A Guide to Handling Bullies, T. Webster-Doyle
Fiction Books for Children
  • Marianthe’s Story: Painted Words/Spoken Memories, Akili
  • The Berenstain Bears and the Bully, S. Berenstain
  • Loudmouth George and the Sixth Grade Bully, N. Carlson
  • Weirdo’s War, M. Coleman
  • Mean Mean Maureen Green, J. Cox
  • King of the Cooties, D. Dadey
  • The Girls, A. Koss
  • Baseball Ballerina Strikes Out, K. McKeon
  • Amelia Takes Command, M. Moss
  • Thank You, Mr. Falker, P. Polacco