Educators & Professionals can play a huge role in abolishing the bully phenomenon. Below is a compilation of materials that we think could help you assist student victims and take steps toward the confrontation of aggressors in a kind and respectful way.

Community Matters

One of the top Anti-Bully organizations in the country. They are a great resource for school trainings. As the creators of Safe School Ambassadors  the top evidence based bystander anti-bully programs in the nation, they believe safe schools are created from the inside out. They harness the power of students influience to change school climate. Check out their website for school assemblies, programs and trainings.



Rethink Words – This is a new technology created by a teen to alert someone that they are about to send a potentially hurtful text/email etc.  Trials showed that a large percentage of kids chose not to send it after all.  Schools/Districts can request to get the ReThink – Community Edition downloaded for their school. 



The Helpful Counselor – Need activities to get the ball rolling on open communication and counseling with your students? The Helpful Counselor has many activities, tips and tricks for you to consider.


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Notifying Schools About Bullying

Cell Phone Contract

Link between substance abuse and bullying





A Mighty Girl– A must have resource! A Mighty Girl is the world’s largest collection of books, toys, movies, and music for parents, teachers, and others dedicated to raising smart, confident, and courageous girls and, of course, for girls themselves!

sit with us

Sit with Us APP– This app was created by a middle school student who knew one of the hardest times being excluded is at lunch. Not only was it hard to be left out at lunch but the embarrassment  of having everyone see you eating alone was difficult. As a result she created an app for students (middle school and up) to use. This app connects students willing to be ambassadors and include those left out with students who don’t want to sit alone.



TpT is the go-to place for educators to find the resources, knowledge, and inspiration they need to teach at their best. Type in the search box bullying and select the age/grade. Some resources are free while others may cost. Choose the lesson/s you like then you can download them immediately.

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Check back often–we will be continuously updating our selection of resources!

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