This site is dedicated to information and resources to help stop Bullying in our schools.


  • ItGetsBetterProject is a YouTube project that tells gay students that although it may be hard now, it does get better. The videos are funny and touching but they provide a message that the students need to hear.
  • Kids Against Bullying is a great site-particularly for teachers- it gives all sorts of ideas of how to cope and deal with issues that will arise in the classroom.
  • NJBullying is a site from New Jersey that came into being after a student's suicide was believed to have been caused by bullying. As a part of a measure enacted, all teachers and administrators were required to complete anti-bullying training. Resources useful for all educators can be found here.
  • StopBullyingNow is put online by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It offers tips for kids and adults on how to identify and prevent bullying. It also includes guidelines for improving school culture. There are sections for Kids and for Adults and there is not only information but games and special features such as a section on "Cyberbullying."
  • Teaching Tolerance has a great list of Do's and Don'ts for Teachers to help in a bullying situation.

  • Cyberbullying: (Also see the Internet Safety page)
    • Digizen Resources provides an award winning CyberBullying video along with resources for helping to discuss this issue.
    • NetSmartz provides a great collection of Tip Sheets on how to handle different issues related to Cyberbullying as well as other Internet issues.