The Olweus Bullying Prevention Coordinating Committee will be spending some time getting everything together and would appreciate any suggestions along the way. 

    There are many areas to the website that I know you will find great value in.  Our goal is to make the website not just a tool for the Committee but also a learning tool and resource for teachers, parents, community members, and students.


    Report Bullying Now!

  • Campaign for Kindness

    Campaign for Kindness Bracelet

     Kindness Bracelete RULES:

    1. If you have a blue and white "Kindness - Pass it on - RCS" bracelet - GREAT!
    2. Someone does something kind - either for you or someone else - AWESOME!
    3. You pass the bracelet on to the new person and ask them - do you know about this?
    If they say yes - wonderful - but remind them to pass it forward with the next act of kindness
    If they say no - explain the rules
  • Class Meeting Resources


    Violence Prevention
    Home of the Olweus Bully Prevention Program.
    Stop Bullying
    A Federal Government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    Inspirational Video
    Inspirational Doesn't Begin to Cut it! Sports Illustrated Kid of The Year 2012
    Inspirational Video
    Autism and Anti-Bullying
    Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Companion Bibliography Grades K-12
    “Using Literature to Promote Cultural Competence: A Bullying Prevention Companion Bibliography, Vol 2 written by Nancy Mullen, M.Ed.
    Teaching Tolerance
    Lessons and Videos
    Anti-Deflamation Leagure
    Curriculum and Materials
    Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network
    Materials and Videos
    Human Rights Campaign
    Welcoming Schools offers professional development tools, lessons aligned with the Common Core State Standards, and many additional resources for elementary schools. Administrators, educators and parents/guardians can find materials here necessary to create learning environments in which all students are welcomed and respected.
    Kids Health
    If you're looking for information you can trust about kids and teens that's free of "doctor speak," you've come to the right place. KidsHealth is the most-visited site on the Web for information about health, behavior, and development from before birth through the teen years.