Cyberbullying And Spreading Rumors

Cyberbullying is one of the fastest growing, and most dangerous, kinds of bullying. Cyberbullying is defined as willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones and other electronic devices. Recent research has shown that cyberbullying leads to negative emotions such as sadness, anger, frustration, embarrassment or fear all of which have…
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10 Ways To Be An Upstander

“The only way to stop bullying is if we all acknowledge that it is hurtful and wrong and vow to stand up for what is right.” Gabriela, 7th Grade Student October is National Anti-Bullying Month. The information and activities featured today were taken from the Newspapers in Education supplement, “Stand Up To Bullying.”  The tab…
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Internet Safety Tips For Parents And Kids

Information is from the Washington Times NIE supplement, “Get wise about wireless” distributed by the NIE Institute. Internet Safety Tips for Parents 1. Talk with your children about the benefits and risks of the Internet. 2. Ask them what they do online, what websites they visit, who they chat with, and what games they play. 3. Go…
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Internet Safety

"Police:  Know what your kids are doing on the Web".  Check out this local story in Tuesday’s Herald on page 4 of section B or click on the following link to read it online