Helping Schools Prevent Bullying and Violence
Character education is important, but if you really want to prevent bullying and violence in your school, curriculum isn't enough.
The CyberBully Hotline is a comprehensive anonymous reporting solution for your K-12 school or district. Provided by SchoolReach, a leader in K-12 school communications technology, the CyberBully Hotline complements your bullying and violence prevention curriculum and can help you address the most difficult problems in your school community.
What's Really Going On In Your School?
You can't fix problems you don't know about. Unfortunately, these kinds of problems are often unseen by educators...until it's too late.
||• Cutting and Self-Injury
||• Suicidal Thoughts
|• School Violence
||• School Bus Harassment
||• Problems At Home
|• Drug Abuse
||• Weapons Possession
- Students are afraid to report these problems. Countless research studies have shown that most young people are afraid to tell parents and school leaders about these issues. They may be fearful of retaliation from classmates, afraid of being ostracized by their peer group, fear that they will get in trouble themselves, or simply believe that nothing will be done to fix the problems.
- The CyberBully Hotline allows students to directly report bullying and other problems anonymously. Unlike other hotline solutions, which route calls through a third party, reports made through the CyberBully Hotline go directly to you. It provides another pathway for your students to provide tips on inappropriate behavior and seek out help for their problems.
- Comply with state law and limit your legal risks. Many states now mandate that schools offer some sort of anonymous reporting program to students, and all schools face the threat of bullying-related litigation. The CyberBully Hotline helps you document the steps you've taken to address behavioral problems in your school and stay in compliance with legal regulations.
- Integrates well with Olweus, PBIS, and other character education programs. Educating students about bullying won't necessarily stop it from happening in your school. Think of the CyberBully Hotline as a needed check-and-balance on bullying and other problems in your school.
See if the CyberBully Hotline is right for you: