- Listen and talk with children regularly about why bullying/cyber-bullying is wrong and hurtful. Let them know that engaging in this act is unacceptable and possibly illegal.
- Communicate online rules and responsibilities to children. Enforce rules with tangible consequences.
- Support school policies and rules that help create a safe place for students to learn.
- Develop an anti-bullying code of conduct that clearly spells out what behaviors will not be tolerated.
- Talk and educate students on the issues of bullying/cyber-bullying. Let students know where they can report an incident or seek help.
- Support an anti-bullying program to create a positive school climate.
- Provide counseling, extended learning programs, and youth programs or services.
- Sponsor internet safety and bullying awareness days for youth to learn more prevention tactics.
- Suggest ways to create an enforceable anti-bullying policy for on and off school grounds.
- October is National Bullying Prevention and National Cybersecurity Month. October 6th is Blue Shirt Day, join in solidarity to stop bullying/cyber-bullying by wearing your Blue Shirt to Stomp Out Bullying.