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Registration and Enrollment
We will periodically plan “meet up” groups for both parents and students.  There will be a group designed for students and a separate group designed for parents.  The groups will revolve around predetermined curriculum about the various aspects of bullying and will allow for discussion, questions and sharing experiences.  Watch our calendar for specific dates and times.
Our programs are customizable and can be presented in a variety of environments.  If you are an educator, we can customize our presentations to accommodate before or after school, lunch time or during the school day.  We can create whole school assembly presentations, single grade presentations or even single classroom presentations.  Find out more about the options on our Programs page.

Turning Crisis Into Opportunity

Who We Help

Elementary school teachers and administrators are often overwhelmed with lesson planning, testing, grading, parent meetings, classroom organization and staff meetings.

We provide resources that will add value to your existing curriculum but won’t add additional responsibilities to an already full plate.  We offer individual classroom presentations, all-inclusive school programs, after/before school programs and service learning projects that can be customized to a specific topic, age group, group size or timeframe.

All activities are designed to help establish and maintain a supportive and safe school climate.  We also offer customizable professional development sessions for educators that cover a variety of character-related topics that provide teachers with tools and skills that they can use daily.

For young students, bullying most often happens at school and other places outside the home in the absence of a parent or other responsible adult.  Parents play an important role is preventing bullying.

We offer presentations that are specifically designed to help parents and other caregivers to recognize bullying behaviors and how to work with the school and other agencies to navigate a response strategy to effectively address bullying concerns.  We also provide resources to help you initiate the topic of bullying with your families.

Bullying occurs in sports at the same alarming rate as in schools and other venues where elementary age school students gather.  The skate park, the playground and youth group meetings are all potential venues where bullying may take place.  We provide training that will give coaches and youth leaders the tools and skills that they need to prevent bullying and to work with schools and other agencies to recognize and respond to bullying behaviors.

Blog Calendar

October 17, 2018

Blog Post-LBGTQ Spirit Day

October 16, 2018

Blog Post-National Make A Difference Day

October 2, 2018

Bully Hot Spots

Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year


17% of American students report being bullied 2 to 3 times a month or more within a school semester

Approximately 160,000 teens skip school every day because of bullying


70.6% of students report having witnessed bullying in their school

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