Programs

Early Childhood Bullying Prevention Program
'Let's Be Friends'

Pre-k-2


Bullying and relational aggression begin as early as pre-school. Incorporate the "bully free"...

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Elementary School Program
'No Excuse For Peer Abuse'

Grades 3-5


Creating bully free social and learning environments are critical to optimize cognitive...

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Middle School Program & Project
'Stand-Up Speak-Out'

Grades Middle School and up


Empower middle school students, prepare them to meet everyday challenges...
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Coming Soon!

Virgil the Bully From Cyber Space
A book for Children in Grades 1 - 3 With a Parent Component


Training

On Site Training is offered for educators, parents, students, support staff, civic groups and community members. Presentations provide practical information and resources. Learn the best practices to reduce bullying, effective intervention strategies and how to address the challenges faced by parents, educators and communities dealing with bullying.

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Train the Trainer Turnkey Manual provides two power point presentations with all the tools and information needed to conduct your own bullying prevention and intervention workshop for staff and to conduct a parent presentation. This is the most cost effective way to train staff year after year, retread with current staff as needed and educate parents.

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Theravive

Overview of Lessons

Chapter 1
The First Day of School: Friendship
Key Concepts:
Definition of friendship
Qualities displayed and possessed by good friends
Developing friendships

Chapter 2
The First Day of School: Meeting the Classmates
Key Concepts:
Similarities and differences
Everyone is unique
Personality traits

Chapter 3
Recess: Being Mean
Key Concepts:
To identify the Key players (bully, victim/target, bystander)
Distinguish between bullying and conflict

Chapter 4
The Second Day of School: Bullying
Key Concepts:
Bullying behaviors
Positive bystander strategies

Chapter 5
A Special Lesson: Tattling and Telling
Key Concepts:
Tattling and telling
The importance of reporting
Assertive vs. aggressive behavior

Chapter 6
Telling: Standing Up for Yourself and Friends
Key Concepts:
Positive bystander behavior
Blockers to positive bystander behavior

Chapter 7
Finally Friday: Making a Promise
Key Concepts:
The qualities of a promise or pledge
What it means to take a pledge
The importance of keeping a promise or honoring a pledge
Developing empathy

Chapter 8
The Party: Celebrating Differences
Key Concepts:
Similarities and differences among cultures
Tolerance

Chapter 9
The Play: Making the World a Better Place
Key Concepts:
Even the smallest act of kindness makes the world a better place.
Teaching others about friendship, caring and appropriate behavior reinforces the behavior and encourages the behavior in others.