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Anti-Bullying Resources

Bullying Prevention Strategies

The Anti-Defamation League’s Bullying and Cyberbullying Prevention page includes statistics, statutes, and resources for educators, administrators, students, families, and caregivers. 


Examples include:

Bullying Prevention and Intervention Tips

Zero Indifference: A Guide to Stop Name-Calling and Bullying

Be An Ally: Six Simple Ways

What is Bullying?

“Bullying” is legally defined by California Education Code 48900(r) as any severe or pervasive physical or verbal act or conduct, including communications made in writing or by means of an electronic ...more

What Should I Do If My Child is Bullied?

Students, parents, or guardians who believe that a student has been subjected to bullying may communicate verbally or submit a written complaint using this form.

If a student is being bullied based on ...more

School and District Responses to Bullying (FAQ)

What does staff do if they witness bullying?

School staff who witness bullying should immediately intervene to stop the incident.

What should school staff do if we submit a complaint?