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Anti-bullying news and resources

About this series

Bethlehem Central School District believes children have the right to be educated in a safe, happy and supportive environment. This page will serve as a resource to all parents, highlighting anti-bullying efforts being made across the country and at BC. The goal is to make school a place where every student feels included by their peers and accepted for who they are.

Parent Karen Karl speaks at the Oct. 5 cyberbullying discussion panel. 


Bethlehem Anti-Bullying News and Information

Slingerlands students learn about online safety

BCMS Student Advocacy Project: A Letter to Parents on Cyberbullying

Article: Anti-bullying author brings personal story to BC students and community

BC Code of Conduct

BC Policy: Harassment, Hazing and Bullying [PDF]

Results of Spring 2010 "School Climate Survey"


October 5 cyberBullying panel discussion resources

Video of panel discussion [approximately 1 hour, 15 minutes]

Cell Phone Safety: Top Ten Tips for Teens [PDF]

Password Safety: Top Ten Tips for Teens [PDF]

CyberBullying Survey: Responding to the Challenges of Teens & Technology [PDF]

Article: Cyberbullying panel tackles challenges, talks solutions 


Anti-bullying websites

Stop Bullying Now -

Anti-Bullying Network -

Medline Plus: Bullying - Bullying at School -

Teaching Tolerance: Bullying -

Glossary of Terms (Net Cetera) -

Chatting with Kids About Being Online -

Microsoft's Online Safety and Privacy Education -

Addictions Care Center of Albany  -

NYS Office of Cyber Security -