Bullying and cyberbullying prevention
Access information on preventing bullying, hazing and cyberbullying and other resources to keep children safe.
PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center
Online resources include classroom activities, informative guides for parents, school-wide opportunities and more.
Not in Our Town
Resources and activities for bullying prevention month and year-round prevention
Stomp Out Bullying
Awareness and advocacy campaigns to prevent bullying and sexual harassment.
Preventing hazing and cyberbullying
Incidents in Oregon and across the country have focused media attention on the issues of hazing and cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying: The Complete Resource Guide
This guide covers the various forms of cyberbullying, identification methods, related laws and sanctions, and includes resources for victims.
Cyberbullying: A Resource for School Social Workers
Website with useful insights and advice for parents, teachers and school administrators on how they can prevent and respond to cyberbullying incidents.
Preventing and managing cyber issues
Resources to keep your students, staff and schools safe.
2017 Oregon Healthy Teens survey
About 15 percent of eighth-grade students reported having been cyberbullied, according to the 2017 Oregon Healthy Teens survey.
The Parent, Educator and Youth Guide to LGBTQ Cyberbullying
This guide answers questions and gives tips on how to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students who are subjected to bullying.
Tips to help stop cyberbullying
Guidance for parents and young people on cyberbullying, including advice for ending (or preventing) the cycle of aggression.
Keeping kids safe online
This resource helps parents understand how to minimize the dangers and security risks facing children on the internet.
"Because of you"
Program aims to stop bullying by encouraging bystanders to speak up.
"I Will Defend" campaign
"I Will Defend" campaign focuses on encouraging student peers to stand up for one another.
OSBA attorney discusses cyberbullying on OPB
Students, administrators and parents should be educated about the proper use of electronic mediums and the potential consequences for cyberbullying.
Learning how bullying happens in order to prevent it
The goal of a recent survey is to help teachers understand what proportion of students are being bullied and how it is happening.
National website with Oregon-specific laws and policies around bullying
Find out how Oregon refers to bullying in its laws and what they require on the part of schools and districts.
Library of education-related tips, information and tools plus background and analysis articles, handouts and sample documents, guidelines, checklists, blogs, toolkits and video clips from OSBA.