Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is the use of technology—email, instant messaging, text messaging, personal web pages such as Facebook, Twitter and other programs—to bully, intimidate and harass a person or group of people.

Students who are being cyberbullied often experience bullying in person, as well. Cyberbullying can happen 24 hours a day, every day. Preventing and intervening in cyberbullying poses unique challenges to educators, school staff, families and students.
  •  - 10/2/15
    This document outlines specific actions parents and family members can take to help prevent cyberbullying and sexting.
  •  - 10/2/15
    The Minnesota Department of Education School Safety Technical Assistance Center has compiled a list of the resources for parents and educators on cyberbullying.