Resources for Families
This page provides online resources for families to learn about bullying, cyberbullying, dating abuse, sexual harassment, drug use and hazing. If you believe that your child has been subject to harassment, please report the incident immediately to your child's principal, assistant principal, counselor or school resource officer.
How to be a Plugged in Parent from Care.com—Tips to make sure your child does not become a bully or a victim of bullying.
School Bullying from Education.com—From kindergarten readiness through college prep, Education.com gives parents resources for school bullying.
Bullying from Pacer.org—A resource on bullying from the National Bullying Prevention Center with up to date news tips, videos, and definitions on bullying.
Creating Cultures of Dignity from Rosalind Wiseman—Rosalind Wiseman is an internationally recognized expert on children, teens, parenting, bullying, social justice and ethical leadership. Wiseman’s website offers videos, articles and tips for dealing with and recognizing bullying.
Parents' Guide from StopBullying.gov—This federal government website provides information and resources for parents on bullying and cyberbullying.
Tween Parenting and Social Development from About.com—A guide to learning the signs of bullying behavior in tween years.
Supervise Your Child Online from Care.com—Tips on how to supervise your child's online activity with specific information on favorite websites for adolescents.
5 Things You Need to Know from Common Sense Media—Five things all parents should know about cyberbullying.
Digital Harassment Tips from Common Sense Media—Definitions and advice on digital harassment.
Parents from Netsmartz.org—Resources to help parents teach internet safety to their children.
Sexual Harassment & Dating Violence
Report: Crossing the Line - Sexual Harrassment at School from AAUW.org—A guide for parents on how to stop sexual harassment in school
Resources for Parents on Educating Teens About Safe and Healthy Dating Relationships—Information regarding the warning signs of abusive and unhealthy relationships.
Hazing Prevention—HazingPrevention.Org is a national organization that provides education, develop resources and build partnerships with others to empower people to prevent hazing in college and university student groups.