Registry of Resources for Safe and Inclusive Schools


Registry of Resources for Safe and Inclusive Schools

…But Words Do Hurt: Stories from "GLBTT" Youth… (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual and transgender)

  • In this DVD young people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, and transgender (GLBTT) talk about the identity issues, the media, coming out, their family, their experiences in school and their hopes for the future. Some of the biggest obstacles they face include discrimination and name-calling. These young people share their personal stories with the hope that their experiences will foster a greater understanding of the issues faced by GLBTT youth. It also includes opinions of professionals who work with GLBTT youth, such as a psychologist, a human rights lawyer, a teacher and a police officer.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Tanis Johnston; Alberta Civil liberties Research Centre; 2500 University Drive N.W. MFH 2350; Calgary AB T2N 1N4; 403-220-2505; aclrc@ucalgary.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 9-12, school staff, parents, administrators, and the community.
    • Costing Information: Sold through the Learning Commons at the University of Calgary for $69.00 plus s/h. Contact buymedia@ucalgary.ca or 403-220-3709

"A Magical Anti Bullying Presentation Program"

  • The Reportbullying.com team has created a program that focus on behavioural solutions. Since everyone is considered a bystander, the program focuses on the bystanders' behaviour and their role in speaking up to someone in authority. Primary to high school, the program offers action packed assemblies, audience participation and magic. In addition each school will receive these features: ballot boxes, stickers, report bullying on-line; character education exercises and post survey. Keynotes for teachers and parents are also offered because maintaining a safe school environment requires a community effort.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 15 KB)
    • Contact: 905-333-4553 or 1-866-333-4553, Reportbullying.com, PO Box 80003 RPO Appleby Burlington, ON L7L 6B1 info@jimjordan.ca
    • Audience: K-3, 4-8, 9-12, Parents, Teachers
    • Cost: Determined by # of programs/ location. Special tour rates.

A.T. Youth Safety

  • The A.T. Youth Safety Program has been in existence for over 15 years. It introduces youth to basic self defence strategies while increasing their awareness of street safety and the dangers of drugs, gang, violence, abduction, rape, molestation and murder. Through our program, children will develop the necessary skills to handle the dangers and perils of our society and perceive street safety as a way of life.

    Various discussions are conducted throughout our program. Topics for discussion deal with a variety of issues such as bullying, harassment and discrimination. The program encourages continued team work among parents, guardians and teaches in an effort to control these problems.

    The program enables the youth to gain self confidence and self motivation. Students develop better concentration skills and become respectful to others and the environment. Such development leads to physical well being, a safe and drug free lifestyle and improved self esteem.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: A.T. Youth Safety Program, 65 Daines Drive, Whitby, ON L1R 2E9; Master Anthony Tomlinson (Program Instructor); Donnett Tomlinson (Program Coordinator); 905-430-3777; atyouthsafety@yahoo.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12
    • Website: www.atyouthsafety.com
    • Costing Information: Please contact

Abuse, Bullying and Violence Prevention – Beyond the Hurt

  • Beyond the Hurt is an effective and sustainable two day peer mentoring program where students gain the knowledge, confidence and skills to deliver bullying and harassment prevention presentations to their peers. This program, based on current research and proven practice, explores all aspects of bullying and harassment, interpersonal power issues, as well as prevention and intervention strategies. Implementation planning, ongoing mentorship and support are built-in components.

    Beyond the Hurt Youth Facilitation Prevention Educator training is also available to certify selected staff to deliver youth facilitation workshops.

    Beyond the Hurt – Online Training and Adult Workshops are available for administrators, teachers, volunteers, bus drivers, school council and parents.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 38 KB)

Abuse, Bullying and Violence Prevention – Healthy Youth Relationships

  • Healthy Youth Relationships looks at healthy and unhealthy adolescent interpersonal relationships, focusing on awareness, communication and prevention strategies. This interactive training for professionals consists of a (4-hour) Healthy Youth Relationships online course plus a one-day training. The training includes the facilitation of the program, school action planning and practice sessions. Successful participants are then certified to deliver Healthy Youth Relationships to youth. Ongoing mentorship and support is a built-in component of this program. Teacher manuals, curriculum and resources are provided.

    Healthy Youth Relationships is also available online for adults who work with youth or parents to explore the dynamics of healthy relationships, the warning signs of unhealthy relationships, prevention and intervention strategies, as well as legal ramifications of relationship violence.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Cheryl Campbell, Canadian Red Cross – RespectED; (416) 458-7342; email: cheryl.campbell@redcross.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12; Teacher/Parent Tool
    • Website: www.redcross.ca/respectED
    • Costing Information: Contact Cheryl Campbell directly for more information

Across the Hall

  • A film funded by the Ontario Arts Council and the National Film Board of Canada about Miguel a recent immigrant who has a hard time dealing with diverse cultures while his kids try hard to just fit in. But Miguel's refusal to acknowledge his cross-dressing neighbour and his strict orders to have his kids do the same angers his wife and eventually has the kids defying his authority. The film's message of equality is applicable to children and adults.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 28 KB)
    • Contact: Alan Powell, Facilitator Films, 433 Hickson Av. London, ON N6C 2L6; 519-432-7953; apowell@facilitatorfilms.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 9-12, school staff, parents, community
    • Costing Information: DVD – partly in Spanish with English subtitles. $125.00 per copy (includes CD-Rom with curriculum for grade 10 Civics)
    • Website: www.facilitatorfilms.com

Aikido Youth Empowerment and Safety (AYES) Program

  • AYES Program program is a system which assists in reducing bullying, violence and increasing the self-esteem and safety among today's youth. The AYES program is designed to help children and teenagers become safe, healthy and successful members of their community, and aims to develop an atmosphere of acceptance, security and encouragement among students in their schools and homes. The AYES program is provided by highly trained staff, specializing in creative, positive conflict responses. Its teaching philosophy combines class style lectures with physical activities that reinforce mental and emotional concepts.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 24 KB)
    • Contact: Rose City Athletic Organization, 1089 Tecumseh Rd E, Windsor, Ontario, N8W 1B3, Kevin Blok / Heather Rheault, chudo@mnsi.net, 519-253-6667
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-12
    • Costing Information: Please contact vendor directly.

Amazing Play Program

  • Amazing Play Program consists of an interactive assembly presentation and/or a 90-minute course on subjects including; nutrition and exercise, risk management and safety during activities, personal safety and violence avoidance. Presentation methods include power point, group-discussion, roll playing and convention demonstration among others. Philosophy and traditions from the eastern martial arts, such as bowing with a partner, are used to help instil a sense of responsibility for cooperation among participants as well as to reinforce the idea of mutual courtesy and respect.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)
    • Contact: Richard Verlann, 416-256-7463, The York Academy of Martial Arts, 2081 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON M6E 3R3, info@yorkama.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8
    • Costing Information: $3-$5/child + 6% GST, Assembly only programs are available free of charge to schools within a defined boundary.

Anti-Racism Resource Kit

  • A listing of anti-racism resources for K-12, together with an evaluation tool that can be used to examine current resources through an anti-racism lens.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 27 KB)
    • Contact: Linda McKay; Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre; University of Calgary, Faculty of Law; 403-220-2505; lmmckayp@ucalgary.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12 and teacher/parent tool
    • Costing Information: Available free to download here; Hard copy purchase: $25.00 (CDN)
    • Website: www.aclrc.com

Autism Ontario – Bullying & Proactive Inclusion of Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • This collection of accounts is the result of a request from the Autism Ontario members association. The committee were asked to submit their experiences with both bullying and proactive inclusion of youth with autism spectrum disorder. Autism Ontario wants educators to know what works for kids with ASD. The goal is for educators to ask questions and be open to new ideas.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Barbara Worrall; Autism Ontario; 416-246-9592 ext 227; autismontario.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: School staff, parents, school administrators, peers.
    • Costing Information: 4 page information booklet $1.00 (min order of 5)
      $.80 (for Autism Ontario Members)
    • Website: www.autismontario.com

B.R.A.V.E. Bully Resistance Anti Violence Education

  • The B.R.A.V.E. Bullying Prevention Program is designed to help children and youths acquire the skills to deal with bullying. The program begins by identifying different types of bullying and teaches how to minimize their chances of being a target. Defining Verbal Bullying, Physical Bullying and Social Bullying, B.R.A.V.E. teaches techniques to identify these types of conflicts. Highlighted as an important part of the course, participants learn to diffuse the bullying situation at its first encounter. Practical techniques incorporating role-playing and group discussions are taught. This part of the program contains three practical and safe steps including: Walk-Away, Talk-Away and Block-Away. Class Length: 50 – 60 minutes per group of 15-30 students.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Mr. Brian Cyr or Ms. Carrie Percival; bkcyr@rogers.com, cpercival@amadojo.com; 905-450-9925; B.R.A.V.E. Bully Resistance Anti Violence Education; 41 Main St. North, Brampton, Ontario L6X 1M8
    • Audience recommended by the provider: All Grades
    • Costing Information: $ 3 per student, up to a maximum of $1,500 per week.

Barnyard Buddies (Self Esteem Program)

  • Barnyard Buddies is a six lesson curriculum unit that equips children with the self esteem necessary to make healthy choices throughout their lives. This program includes: professional curriculum units, quality hand puppets, carrying bag, colouring page, song sheet, poem, suggested questions for the children, suggested activities page, parental form, survey for the children and certificate of accomplishment for each child.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Andrea Marshall, 609-206-6318, info@bettermebooks.com, Better Me Books Inc., 5 Olympic Drive, Voorhees, New Jersey 08043
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades Early Elementary, children in an after school program, scout program, library programs, church programs, summer camps and any other related children's programs.
    • Costing Information: $320 (US) shipping and handling Free.

Be a Buddy, Not a Bully

  • Be a Buddy, Not a Bully is a community-based initiative with the goal of increasing knowledge, skills and resources to address physical and emotional aggression in school communities. It addresses the effects on victims, bullies and bystanders and includes an extensive evaluation process for administrators, parents and students. Support materials include training manual with lesson plans, activities and support materials for Grades K-8; evaluation tools; and school posters and bookmarks. The program is available in English and French.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)
    • Contact: Angela Lorusso, 613-591-3686, lorusso@communityresourcecentre.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-8
    • Costing Information: Fee for service basis. Contact the vendor.

Be Aware, Be Safe

  • The Be Aware...Be Safe Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention program is intended to assist youth in making safe interpersonal choices and in dealing with potential victimization. The program focus is on safety and security of youth through participation of educators, support personnel, community agencies and families. A video focuses on sexual assault and depicts a scenario, combined with a personal account from a victim. An Instructional Guide, tied to the curriculum, is designed to enhance the learning opportunity from the video and to expand on related themes of harassment and relationship violence.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)

Be the Bigger Person

  • Be The Bigger Person: The Thousand Islands Elementary School Anti-Bullying Initiative is a comprehensive, school-based program for elementary schools (K-8). The anti-bullying program is the product of school administrators and staff working closely with students, parents and the community. The key to the program is the Student-Parent Anti-Bullying Handbook. The Handbook sections address the following topics: mission statements; program goals; identification of bullying behaviour; characteristics of bullies and victims; incident reporting forms; a student program survey; student testimonials; student behaviour communication form; examples of student roundtable discussion groups; reading resources (print and website); bibliography and emergency contact information.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)
    • Contact: Gina Camerano, 1-800-766-8474 ext 2277, gina.camerano@ucdsb.on.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-8
    • Costing Information: please contact the board

Benny The Bullybeastie

  • "Benny The Bullybeastie" is a story in rhyme with an introduction to the concept of bullying and its relationship to the story. The book also provides discussion questions and various follow-up activities for the classroom.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 59 KB)
    • Contact: Roberta C. Dupont, 9 Westfield Crescent, Ottawa, ON K2G 0T6, 613-829-5291, frgadupont@aol.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-6
    • Costing Information: Price is $20 per copy, including taxes, shipping and handling.

Beyond the Hurt: RespectED

  • Beyond the Hurt: RespectED is a nationally-recognized violence and abuse prevention program to promote safe, supportive relationships and healthy communities. Beyond the Hurt works with youth organizations, schools, sports and community groups to assist in building community capacity to respond to bullying and harassment through a comprehensive prevention planning model. The aim is to break the cycle of abuse, neglect, harassment and interpersonal violence through prevention education. It is an interactive program that encourages pro-active approaches. Available to children and youth, and to the adults who work with them, it is delivered by certified RespectEd staff and volunteers.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)
    • Contact: Brian Smockum, Canadian Red Cross, 5700 Cancross Court, Mississauga ON L5R 3R9, 905-890-1203 ext 321, brian.smockum@redcross.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12
    • Costing Information: The design and delivery of workshops in the Beyond the Hurt program are designed to meet the unique needs of your school or organization. Please contact Red Cross RespectED for a quote on their services. An example of a 3 hour Beyond the Hurt adult workshop for ten participants including a Beyond the Hurt manual is $500. A full day 6 hour Beyond the Hurt adult workshop for ten participants including manual is $700.
      A Beyond the Hurt Two Day Peer Facilitation Training Workshop for 10 youth and two adults would be $2,400. Including manual, video, resources for program delivery and after workshop trainer support.
      To become a Beyond the Hurt Prevention Educator, costs, including training, materials and mentoring support would be $650 to $1,000

Branching Out

  • The Branching Out Teamis comprised of professionals including Play Therapist Interns, Child and Youth Workers, Early Childhood Educators, Custody Youth Workers and Crisis Intervention Specialists. It is able to provide school communities with Climate Assessments and Recommendations, Anger Management Programs, Social Skills Programs, Anti-Bullying Prevention Programs, Virtues Program, Parenting Support Programs and School Staff Professional Development Workshops. Every school community is unique and thus intervention(s) need to be tailored to individual school communities. The cycle of violence affects all members of our communities. A community is defined as being students, staff, parents, volunteers and community partners. Programs can occur during class time, lunch breaks or evenings dependent on community identified needs.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
    • Contact: Theresa Fraser Manager, 29 Crescent Hill Drive North, Brampton, ON L6S 1C6, 905-799-2947, branchingout1@sympatico.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12
    • Costing Information: Cost is $100 – $200 per hour. This cost will be negotiated with the individual board or school dependant on program(s) to be facilitated and number of facilitators required. Additional travel costs may vary depending on school location.

BRIM Bullying Reporting & Incident Management Software

  • BRIM is software to help school teachers and staff report, intervene, manage and reduce cases of bullying. BRIM enables school teachers and staff to:
    • report cases of bullying.
    • track incidents related to each case.
    • receive email reminders to follow up with affected students.
    • record actions taken by staff.
    • ensure a consistent set of actions or best practices are taken for each case.
    • view reports and graphs on bullying incident trends at their school.
    With the school website plug-in, BRIM also enables students, parents and the community to anonymously report bullying incidents via the school's website.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 46 KB)

The Bug Club (Life and Refusal Program)

  • The Bug Club is a six lesson curriculum unit that uses puppets to illustrate and to offer important life and refusal skills. The children will understand how to handle issues like shyness, making wise decisions and dealing with peer pressure. These lessons learned will help the children with the many challenging situations that they confront each day. The simple practical solutions offered are then reinforced by a related activity, in which the audience is invited to participate.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Andrea Marshall, 609-206-6318, info@bettermebooks.com, Better Me Books Inc., 5 Olympic Drive, Voorhees, New Jersey 08043
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades Early Elementary, children in an after school program, scout program, library programs, church programs, summer camps and any other related children's programs.
    • Costing Information: $240 (US) shipping and handling Free.

Bullied? NO MORE!!!

  • Bullied? NO MORE!!! takes place within a classroom setting where approximately 30 students participate in an interactive workshop utilizing discussions and activities to enhance their knowledge and awareness of bullying and the psychological effects it can have. The students will be empowered to step in and take appropriate actions when they encounter bullying behaviour. The workshop is approximately 1 hour in length. Services are also available to work with schools on an ongoing basis to establish an incident reporting system and an awareness program with a new focus each month.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 61 KB)
    • Contact: Chris Hinkle, 705-725-1653 chrishink@rogers.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-8
    • Costing Information: 1 workshop: $100; 2 workshops, same location, same day: $125; 3 workshops, same location, same day: $150; 4+ workshops, same location: $50 each (may vary depending on number of workshops/day); Ongoing program establishment and facilitation available at negotiated prices.

The Bully Around the Corner

  • The Bully Around the Corner: Changing Brains Changing Behaviours offers bulleted information that is easy to access and understand. Schools can use this book to develop bullying prevention programs or to supplement existing programs. There are 160 pages, 37 targeted chapters, 9 appendices all designed to allow the teacher to readily understand how a factor can have impact on a bully's behaviour. In addition, critical brain facts are explained, mini case studies are provided, and nine bully types are described and remedial strategies are provided.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 24 KB)
    • Contact: Brain Power Learning Group, David Halstead, M.Ed, 1-204-269-7446, 22 Beaulynn Cove, Winnipeg, MB R3T 5G4, halstead@mts.net
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-12, Other: Parent groups such as PTA's and Parent Councils, Professional Development for Teachers, and Child Development Teachers.
    • Costing Information: Booklet at individual cost: $39.95 including GST and postage. Bulk orders $29.95 plus GST and postage with discounts of 10% for orders of 10-24 copies. 15% for orders of 25 to 49 copies and 20% for orders of over 50 copies. Further discounts may be negotiated. Training and Consultation are available additional to the booklet cost.

Bully B Gone

  • Bully B Gone is an original musical assembly. This performance helps children identify and try to stop bullying wherever it occurs. This assembly incorporates songs that use role play, verbal comebacks, props, echoes, audience challenges and more. Topics addressed include relationship skills, types of bullying, strategies against bullying, racist bullying and more.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Sandie Thomson, 905-684-1643, info@smudgefundaes.com, 5 Briarwood Drive, St Catharines, ON, Canada, L2S 4A7; Fax: 905-684-8664
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-6
    • Costing Information: $500-$700 plus GST for back-to-back primary & junior shows. Supplementary booklet included. CD available for $10.00.

Bully Busters: A Bullying Prevention Program

  • Bully Busters: A Bullying Prevention Program is a six lesson bullying presentation curriculum accompanied by a 36 inch puppet. Bully Busters was created as a prevention to bullying in its earliest stages. This easy to understand series is designed to take the mystery and fear out of bullying. It offers a friendly helping hand to its victims, and also provides many alternatives to the bullying behavior itself. The stories alert the young audiences to the danger areas in which bullying can exist and thrive. They offer some practical suggestions on how to avoid these pitfalls.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 61 KB)
    • Contact: Andrea Marshall, 609-206-6318, info@bettermebooks.com, Better Me Books Inc., 5 Olympic Drive, Voorhees, New Jersey 08043
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades Early Elementary
    • Costing Information: $110 (US) shipping and handling Free
    • To view information on You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gAsDTfkeyI

Bully Free Includes Me: A Resource for Teachers

  • Bully Free Includes Me: A Resource for Teachers is a workshop with involves parents of students and the community in bullying prevention messages. The workshop allows the audience to see that if bullying behaviour is not addressed in our schools these students will grow up and continue to bully in the workplace. The workshop ties the school's Bully Prevention Program to an area in the parents' lives where they may be impacted, therefore helping them to understand and support the importance of the school's bullying prevention programs.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 23 KB)
    • Contact: Chris Hinkle, 705-725-1653, chrishink@rogers.com, 7 Carter Road, Barrie, ON L4N 7L1
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 9-12, teachers, parents
    • Costing Information: range around $10/participant plus travel expenses.

Bully Smart Series

  • Bully Smart Series has four components with accompanying print curriculum and deals with bullying behaviour students face both in and out of school. Whether the viewer is the individual being bullied or doing the bullying themselves, this program offers a view of a serious problem and offers steps to remedy bullying situations. It is anticipated that skills learned in this series will carry over to an array of circumstances facing youth today and build the assertiveness needed to cope with negative peer pressure, drugs and alcohol, sexual harassment and other compromising situations.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 61 KB)
    • Contact: Brian Simon/Wendy McElroy, 1-800-565-3036, brian@mcintyre.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-6
    • Website: www.mcintyre.ca
    • Costing Information: The series of 4 parts costs $679 or individual titles can be purchased for $189 each

Bullying: A Culture of Silence

  • Bullying: A Culture of Silence is a documentary that profiles the profound lasting consequences that bullying can have on victims and the trickling effect. This documentary looks into the destructive culture of long-lasting bullying, and the rationale behind the silence. While the topic of bullying isn't a new one the problem continues to be pervasive and systemic in schools and society.

    In 2008, Bullying: A Culture of Silence screened in the Reelworld Film Festival and was nominated for an award. While schools continue to deal with bullying this film will help facilitate on-going dialogue between all the players.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Sunnie McFadden-Curtis (benchboy productions); 416-879-3177; sunniemcfaddencurtis@rogers.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Intermediate and Secondary students. Also available a separate screening and Q & A for parents TBD by the school.
    • Website: www.benchboyproductions.com
    • Costing Information: Presentation by the Filmmaker, which includes intro, screening a portion of the film, Q & A, please inquire for pricing of the presentation, additional costs may be incurred based on geographic location and/or if there are more than 200 students (per presentation). The cost per copy of the documentary, $39.95 plus shipping.

Bullying: Has This Ever Happened to You?

  • Bullying: Has This Ever Happened To You? is a 112-page illustrated book on bullying that is a colourful and enlightening creation by four children between the ages of seven and twelve. Each of the four stories stand alone in its development of a bullying scenario and each is resolved by a different method. There is an underlying theme seeking peaceful reconciliation.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 59 KB)
    • Contact: Pauline Cormier, Daisy May Publishing, 1015 Byron Baseline Road, London, ON N6K 2C5, 519-204-6702, p.cormier@rogers.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-6
    • Website: www.childrenswritingworkshop.com
    • Costing Information: $14.95 + GST. Quantity pricing is available

Bullying Awareness: Reclaiming Our Schools

  • Bullying Awareness: Reclaiming Our Schools is a teacher, parent and support staff resource that was created in response to the 2005 Ontario Action Plan to eradicate bullying in Ontario schools. The resource consists of three major components: a resource book, professional development and student-centered workshops, and an in-school awareness campaign. The user friendly resource book provides lesson plans, intervention and prevention strategies, long term implementation ideas, signs and symptoms of bullying based on developmental variances, Bullying and Catholic Values, Bullying and Exceptionalities, Workplace Bullying, additional resource lists, and pages of direct relationship and implementation ideas to the Ontario Curriculum Expectations, making it quick and easy to implement awareness into the classroom and school and sports environments, regardless of content area or division. The workshops aim to provide students and educators with the awareness, strategies, and tools necessary to activate change in the social climate of the school and community towards one that does not accept, or endorse, violence and exclusion of any kind.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 29 KB)

Bullying Prevention, A Guide for Parents and Leaders

  • Quick Series Publishing has published 2 Guides on Bullying Prevention. This guide is meant for educators and parents. Quick Series Publishing can customize any guide to regionalize it and change content if required.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: Quick Series Publishing; 1855 St-Régis; Dollard des Ormeaux, QC H9B 2M9; Chris Devereaux 514-685-7776 ext 268; Chris.devereaux@quickseries.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grade 4-12; Teacher/Parent Tool
    • Website: www.quickseries.com
    • Costing Information: Range based on quantity required, between $3.50 – $6.00 per guide.

By Golly, Molly, You're Right!

  • "By Golly, Molly, You're Right!" is a story about a little girl who from the time she was put into daycare until she was in grade 5 was a victim within the school system. Molly was a bright, active, outgoing little girl until she met a woman in daycare who changed her into a shy, withdrawn, fearful little girl who wished to become invisible. It took very little time for the bullies to zero in on Molly's vulnerabilities and encourage others to reject her before they got to know the real Molly. Molly's self esteem was being crushed. Molly realized that if there was to be a change in her situation, it had to come from within. She had to make the change. Molly went on an adventure that filled her with the resolve to stand up for herself and others who were being victimized. Never again would she allow the bullies of this world to treat her in a demeaning manner.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 59 KB)
    • Contact: Roberta C. Dupont, 9 Westfield Crescent, Ottawa, ON K2G 0T6, 613-829-5291, frgadupont@aol.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-8
    • Costing Information: Price is $12.95 (U.S. Dollars). Discounted if ordered from the vendor in large quantities.

Canadian Forces Deployment handbook

  • The Deployment Handbook: A Practical Guide for Families, compiled by CF families and for CF families, is designed to help you identify accessible sources of information and support prior to, during, and after the absence of a CF member.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Lynne Major Cléroux, Director Military Family Services, Labelle Building, Cubicle BM01, 4210 Labelle Street, Ottawa, ON K1A 0K2, (613) 944-6651, lynne.cleroux@forces.gc.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: School Administrators, School Staff, Peers, Students, Parents
    • Website: www.mfrc.ca
    • Costing Information: There is no cost attached to this resource. The resource may be accessed on-line at www.mfrc.ca. Alternatively, printed copies can be obtained for free from your local Military Family Resource Centre. Find the centre nearest to you at www.mfrc.ca.

Canadian Forces Reunion Handbook

  • The Reunion Handbook: A Practical Guide for Families was created by Canadian Forces (CF) families and for CF families. This guide is intended to give CF families helpful information, tips and suggestions for making the reunion process as manageable as possible. We hope the information and activities will support Canadian Forces families through a smooth transition throughout the re-integration process.

  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Lynne Major Cléroux, Director Military Family Services, Labelle Building, Cubicle BM01, 4210 Labelle Street, Ottawa, ON K1A 0K2, (613) 944-6651, lynne.cleroux@forces.gc.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: School Administrators, School Staff, Peers, Students, Parents
    • Website: www.mfrc.ca
    • Costing Information: There is no cost attached to this resource. The resource may be accessed on-line at www.mfrc.ca. Alternatively, printed copies can be obtained for free from your local Military Family Resource Centre. Find the centre nearest to you at www.mfrc.ca.

Catalyst Inspiration

  • These programs work alongside your school to engage students, staff and community in order to create a more motivated, energized, inclusive and safe learning environment. Catalyst Inspiration offers stand-alone interactive assemblies as well as extended partnerships. Catalyst Inspiration will work with small target groups or whole year groups dependent on school needs. Catalyst's programs can be adapted to best suit your school.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: Catalyst Inspiration; R.R. #2 Priceville, ON N0C 1K0; Katie Cleland; 226-748-3333; Katie_cleland@hotmail.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: K – Grade 12
    • Costing Information: Please contact.

Celebrate the Hero

  • Celebrate the Hero is an initiative that motivates and empowers people to make a difference by propagating good, through action. Our interactive, engaging and informative presentations encompass positive choices, the importance of getting involved and celebrating individuals who refrain from harming the well-being of others. Through our seminars we provide the tools and understanding that allows people to become aware of the consequences that their words and/or actions have on people. We provide a unique service to schools, organizations and teams designed solely to enhance the overall development and well being of each individual, personally and as a member of their community.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: Celebrate the Hero, 259 Albert St., Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5, Nick Foley, 613-922-6662, nick@celebratethehero.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
    • Website: www.celebratethehero.com
    • Costing Information: Please contact.

Champions Against Bullying

  • Champions Against Bullying is dedicated to creating an environment where every child has an opportunity to live and learn in a society without fear, without violence and without limitation. Alexandra Penn and Delfina Moore's award winning CD-ROM, The No-Nonsense Guide To Kids' Bullying Solutions, teaches kids how to save their own lives and teaches parents how to save their kid's lives. The material has been developed to meet the specific needs of kids, parents, educators and health professionals. The No-Nonsense Guide To Kids' Bullying Solutions is interactive, boosts self-esteem, builds confidence, reduces anxiety, promotes empathy, respect and tolerance, offers immediate safe and practical prevention and intervention solutions and improves the quality of life for everyone it touches. Detailed classroom activities for teachers integrate and enhance the learning in each section. Parents learn how to listen between the lines, recognize the signs and help their children safely. Health professionals receive advice on how to facilitate their patients. Workshops, training sessions and presentations for kids, teachers, parents, corporations and associations are offered and designed to meet the particular needs of all participants
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 59 KB)

Community Builders

  • Community Builders works with schools to help students, teachers and parents to understand the roots of bullying, to care about the victim and the perpetrators and to develop skills to intervene in a positive, caring way. Training on anti-bullying and conflict resolution raises awareness of issues such as racism and sexism. Youth Leadership Institutes and Leadership Development workshops provide youth with skills to train their peers and to intervene in bullying situations. It supports a whole school approach to build leadership capacity to empower young people, teachers and parents to be leaders in building safe and inclusive school communities.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
    • Contact: Janis Galway, 416-766-5946, jgalway@cbyouthleadership.org
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-8
    • Costing Information: Prices range from half day workshops at $300 per classroom to train-the-trainer Youth Leadership Institutes at $2,000. Teacher and Parent Workshops at $300 and comprehensive whole school  leadership development initiatives at $3,000-$6,000. For more information, contact provider.

"The Concerned Kids" – Bullying and School Safety

  • The Bullies and School Safety show is designed to create awareness of what constitutes bullying. It presents problem solving strategies, engages empathy for the targets of bullies and explores ways that students may be involved in promoting safety in their schools. The program consists of large hand-crafted puppets, 3 scripts, and follow-up activities and resources to teach children about bullying prevention.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Ildiko Csermely; Executive Director; The Concerned Kids Charity of Toronto; 111 Peter Street, Suite 505; Toronto, ON M5V 2H1;
      Tel: 416-636-1656
      Fax: 416-763-5343
      Email: info@theconcernedkids.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-6
    • Costing Information: $150 honorarium
    • Website: www.theconcernedkids.com

"The Concerned Kids" – Multiculturalism: Celebrating Diversity

  • The Multiculturalism: Celebrating Diversity show is designed to examine how a person might find examples of culture in his or her own life and explore some of the conflicts which may arise when people of different backgrounds and belief systems come together. Although the characters address specific situations in their own lives and cultures, the main focus is not on their differences, but rather on how children can find common ground in their similarities and approach their differences in a sensitive and caring manner. The program consists of large hand-crafted puppets, 3 scripts, and 45 minute interactive puppet show and follow-up activities.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Ildiko Csermely; Executive Director; The Concerned Kids Charity of Toronto; 111 Peter Street, Suite 505; Toronto, ON M5V 2H1;
      Tel: 416-636-1656
      Fax: 416-763-5343
      Email: info@theconcernedkids.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-6
    • Costing Information: $150 honorarium
    • Website: www.theconcernedkids.com

"The Concerned Kids" – Substance Abuse Program: Self Esteem

  • This three part program consists of pre-presentation information, a 45 minute life-sized puppet play and follow-up activities. Three scripts are performed together. Each is designed to encourage young people to think and talk about the issues surrounding Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Use and Abuse.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Ildiko Csermely; Executive Director; The Concerned Kids Charity of Toronto; 111 Peter Street, Suite 505; Toronto, ON M5V 2H1;
      Tel: 416-636-1656
      Fax: 416-763-5343
      Email: info@theconcernedkids.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-6
    • Costing Information: $150 honorarium
    • Website: www.theconcernedkids.com

"The Concerned Kids" – Violence, Gangs, Prejudice

  • The Violence, Gangs and Prejudice show consists of five 15 minute skits. The first skit focuses on the consequences of gang involvement. The second is designed to assist students with self-esteem issues and to get them to think about the importance of positive role models. The third skit explores conflict resolution and how choosing to solve a problem with violence will only make the situation worse. Skit four and five examine racial prejudice and stereotyping and how they have a negative impact on relationships. The program consists of large hand-crafted puppets, 5 scripts, and 45 minute interactive puppet show and follow-up activities.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Ildiko Csermely; Executive Director; The Concerned Kids Charity of Toronto; 111 Peter Street, Suite 505; Toronto, ON M5V 2H1;
      Tel: 416-636-1656
      Fax: 416-763-5343
      Email: info@theconcernedkids.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-6
    • Costing Information: $150 honorarium
    • Website: www.theconcernedkids.com

Cool Heads In The Zone

  • Cool Heads In The Zone is an interactive exploration of bullying in schools that allows students to explore the consequences and outcomes of their actions and choices. This CD-Rom utilizes child actors playing out commonly understood bullying scenes in an interactive fashion. Program resources include paper-based manuals, CDs and other age-relevant materials. The program is available in English and French.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
    • Contact: Stu Auty (Canadian Safe Schools Network), 416-977-1050
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 3-7
    • Website: www.canadiansafeschools.com
    • Costing Information: $150 per school provides licence and allows duplication of materials

Cool Kids In The Zone

  • Cool Kids In The Zone is a violence prevention program that helps to teach students key values and strengthens the socialization process vital to their success in school and life. It is an interactive DVD/video (French and English) utilizing animated characters exemplifying respect, honesty, kindness, co-operation and empathy. Program resources include paper-based manuals, CDs and other age-relevant materials. The program is available in English and French.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
    • Contact: Stu Auty (Canadian Safe Schools Network), 416-977-1050
    • Audience recommended by the provider: JK-3
    • Website: www.canadiansafeschools.com
    • Costing Information: $150 per school provides licence and allows duplication of materials

Creating Communities We Want

  • Creating Communities We Want is a youth peer leadership program that trains middle and secondary school students to identify and address issues such as bullying, harassment, discrimination, racism, violence, alcohol and drug abuse. Peer leaders are trained in violence prevention. It focuses on fundamental change by developing resiliency with students to cope with and respond positively to the challenges they face.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 61 KB)
    • Contact: Sandra Crockard, Alan Richardson, 416-421-4888, contact@trinitytheatre.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12
    • Costing Information: ranges from $1,500 to $2,500 per year.

Creating Safe and Caring Classrooms

  • Creating Safe and Caring Classrooms is an evidence based, violence prevention program that aims to decrease incidents of bullying and change attitudes towards bullying, while creating respectful relationships. It focuses on creating a school and classroom climate that nurtures the development of respectful, responsible, resilient citizens. The Administrator manual includes practical strategies for school use and a process for involving the wider community in the efforts to eliminate bullying behaviours.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 61 KB)
    • Contact: Corrine Brown, 905-666-6356, Brown.corrine@durham.edu.on.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-12
    • Website: www.togetherwelighttheway.com
    • Costing Information: $40 for the Teachers' Manual and $100 for the Administrator's Manual

Days of Courage

  • Days of Courage is a six hour day. Everyone will participate in games and exercises designed to help drop the barriers and reveal some of their greater feelings about themselves and how they view the world and others. It is designed to help change hatred into love, violence into peace and racism and discrimination into acceptance. It is a day when youth realize their own personal feelings of isolation and loneliness are in fact being experienced by many in their school community and that they have the power to change those feelings and the way they treat others. This program can also be used for teachers and administrators. It can be delivered on Professional Development Days or summer sessions. It is adaptable to smaller groups of 40 or less at a reduced price.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 40 KB)
    • Contact: Days of Courage, 4723 Gladstone Drive, Mossley Ontario, Brenda Maracle Buis, 519-269-3991, brenda@daysofcourage.com; Buis01@execulink.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12
    • Costing Information: The cost is $2,700.00 per day and includes unlimited phone conversations and e-mail help to set the school up for the Days of Courage Team. Additional costs may be incurred if the school is further than two hours away. Please speak to the provider.

Day of Empowerment

  • Day of Empowerment is a day long workshop that breaks down barriers formed by teasing, bullying, peer pressure, violence and social oppression. The group experience is designed to create a school environment where students feel accepted, encouraged, and supported by their fellow peers and school staff. Through a variety of sharing, bonding, and trust building exercises, the students get a chance to "get real" with each other and the staff. Students will feel united and become empowered as they increase their compassion, respect and acceptance for other by replacing negative attitudes, peer pressures and actions with those of positive peer support and acceptance. Day of Empowerment identifies the pain and hurt created from social oppression and provides a platform where inspiration and new positive norms can have a dramatic impact not only on the participants but the entire student body, staff and community. The goal is to create an inclusive environment within the high school that makes all students feel accepted, safe and gives them a sense of belonging.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Stuart Smith, 519-978-1469, breakthroughtraining@cogeco.ca, Breakthrough Training Solutions, 210 Maple Ave., Lasalle, Ontario, N9J 1N8
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Secondary Students
    • Costing Information: $1,750 for a day long event (Additional travel costs may vary depending on school location).

Diversity Education

  • Harmony Movement recognizes the importance of diversity education for students, educators, community organizations, and individuals. The interactive and innovative programs confront prejudice in our society and teach the value of embracing and respecting differences. They allow participants to gain new insights, examine learned behaviours, challenge biases and become empowered agents of change. Harmony Movement offers a variety of programs including assemblies, workshops, conferences, retreats and semester-long programs, all of which provide participants with the tools to identify and address discrimination in its multiple forms.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: Harmony Movement; 85 Scarsdale Road – Suite 303; Toronto, ON M3B 2R2; Helen Anderson; 416-385-2660; educator@harmony.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grade 4-12
    • Website: www.harmony.ca
    • Costing Information: Please contact.

Diversity Leadership Certificate Program

  • Empowering youth to become leaders for social change, this 8-hour program is delivered in-school by experienced Harmony Movement Program Officers. Using activities, games, and multi-media to educate youth about prejudice and discrimination, the program can be delivered over 8 weeks, or as a one-day intensive. The first 6 hours/sessions address topics related to all aspects of diversity, including race, culture, sexual orientation, faith, language, ability, socio-economic status, gender identity, and mental health. The last 2 hours/sessions involve the planning of a final leadership project. Through this program, students will acquire the tools and confidence necessary to recognize and address discrimination and bullying. Secondary school students can earn up to 30 community service hours through participation in the program.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: Harmony Movement; 85 Scarsdale Road – Suite 303; Toronto, ON M3B 2R2; Helen Anderson; 416-385-2660; educator@harmony.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grade 4-12
    • Website: www.harmony.ca
    • Costing Information: Please contact.

The Durples: Go To School

  • Prince Moonlet Little Feathers is the new kid in school. He is a prince who is in a magical wheelchair. The Durples embrace him and they become friends. As the first day of school recess unfolds – so do a few of the possible playground problems that children are faced with. Wully Bully teases Charlie and is asked to stop by Woodroo, the bystander who helps Charlie out of this difficult situation. The Magic Cloud Princess appears and grants Prince Moonlet Little Feathers a wish. Prince Moonlet Little Feathers wishes that "everybody accept everybody else for their differences and that there is no such thing as bullying." School is changed forever!
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 39 KB)
    • Contact: Ashley Jardine, The Durples; 3201 – 315 Southampton Drive SW, Calgary, AB T2W 2T6; (403) 827-6731; email: thedurples@yahoo.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-3
    • Website: www.thedurples.com
    • Costing Information: Individual books ($15); Contact for information on discounted rates on bulk orders

Dynamix Bullying Prevention Plan

  • Our proactive strategy is to prevent bullying by creating positive relationships. Through experiential activities, students learn to make good choices and to respect and care about each other so they do not bully and shut bullying down when they witness it. Studies show that when bystanders care about the victim, they can stop bullying within 10 seconds. Our Bullying Prevention Plan has programs that:
    • Build a team of recess leaders for an active, inclusive school yard;
    • Train students to recognize/exercise great character;
    • Develop student leadership skills to energize a school; and,
    • Create engaged teams in classes, faculty and school communities.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 44 KB)

Educator's Equity Toolkit and Workshop

  • Harmony Movement has developed the Educator's Equity Toolkit to complement the Ministry's Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy. The toolkit includes a Workbook, Companion Guide, and one day workshop to support educators in the implementation of the Strategy. The toolkit will help educators to:
    1. develop a critical equity lens through which to approach one's work;
    2. develop an understanding of how inequity manifests on systemic as well as individual levels;
    3. examine one's own role in perpetuating inequity and exclusion as well as how to address this;
    4. develop an understanding of the impact of stigmatization on students, colleagues, administrators, and oneself; as well as,
    5. address existent achievement/opportunity gaps between groups of students.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: Harmony Movement; 85 Scarsdale Road – Suite 303; Toronto, ON M3B 2R2; Helen Anderson; 416-385-2660; educator@harmony.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Teacher/Parent Tool
    • Website: www.harmony.ca
    • Costing Information: Please contact.

"End the Silence!" End the Violence at Home

  • This resource provides youth-friendly information on violence at home, including definitions; the relationship between gender violence and violence against youth; elder and child abuse; and challenging stereotypes about violence at home. It provides information about services youth can access if they need help and tips on how they can support a friend.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 27 KB)
    • Contact: Jannette Saberon, Admin. Support; Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Woman and Children (METRAC); 158 Spadina Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2T8; 416-392-3135; info@metrac.org
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12 and teachers/parent guide
    • Costing Information: $.50 each magazine

"End the Silence!" I want to know – Wallet Cards

  • This resource provides youth friendly information for diverse young women. The four cards in this series cover issues of sexual harassment, sexual abuse, dating violence, and dealing with sexual violence that young women can face in school, at home and at work and in their neighbourhoods. The cards also cover warning signs, where to go for help, reporting, and how to support friends facing violence.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 27 KB)
    • Contact: Jannette Saberon, Admin. Support; Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Woman and Children (METRAC); 158 Spadina Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2T8; 416-392-3135; info@metrac.org
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12 and teachers/parent guide
    • Costing Information: The series of cards costs $.35 each.

"End the Silence!" Ins and Outs of Dating Violence

  • The Ins and Outs of Dating Violence is a youth-friendly, handbook for diverse young women. The handbook is eleven pages long and covers issues of healthy relationships, warning signs of dating violence, and how to get help.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 27 KB)
    • Contact: Jannette Saberon, Admin. Support; Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Woman and Children (METRAC); 158 Spadina Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2T8; 416-392-3135; info@metrac.org
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12 and teachers/parent guide
    • Costing Information: $1.50 each for 1 to 100 copies. Over 100 copies each cost $1.00 per magazine

"End the Silence!" Respect in Action

  • This resource provides youth-friendly information on different forms of violence, media literacy, power, oppression, challenging stereotypes, and critical thinking around violence against women, girls, and youth. The magazine also provides information youth can access if they or a friend need help.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 27 KB)
    • Contact: Jannette Saberon, Admin. Support; Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Woman and Children (METRAC); 158 Spadina Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2T8; 416-392-3135; info@metrac.org
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12 and teachers/parent guide
    • Costing Information: $1.00 each magazine

Far From the Heart

  • Far From the Heart (FFTH): a play that is an interactive experience that plays out as a rehearsal for life. Created in a collaboration of teens and professional Producer/Writer/Director Joan Chandler of Sheatre. The project explores dating violence, sexual assault and safe relationships. FFTH is more than a play; it includes a teachers training guide, an online training seminar, a guide to inclass pre-show and post-show activities, and a post-show student debriefing with professional counsellors and peer group counsellors. Four professional actors inspire the viewer to interact with the cast to change the outcome of the play. Fulfills many curriculum requirements.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: Joan Chandler, 170069 Centre Road, RR#1, Kemble, ON, NOH 1SO, 519-534-3039, sheatre@sheatre.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12
    • Costing Information: $800 for one performance for 150 students

Fight for Justice

Fishtailing

  • Novel in verse for older teen readers. Four protagonists/voices, tackling peer pressure, parental expectations, self-harm. Governor-General's Award-winner. Canadian author.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 34 KB)
    • Contact: Amber Goldie, Coteau Books, 2517 Victoria Ave., Regina, SK, S4P 0T2, 306-777-0174, marketing@coteaubooks.com
    • Website: http://coteaubooks.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 9-12; Teacher/Parent Tool
    • Costing Information: $14.95 from Coteau Books

Focus on Bullying

  • Focus on Bullying is produced by BC Ministry of Education and includes lesson plans for Grades K-8. Includes what is bullying, being assertive, role play activities and strategies to deal with bullying.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 23 KB)
    • Contact: W. Murdock, 705-859-3115, murdocw@rainbowschools.ca, Rainbow District School Board
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8
    • Costing Information: *not provided.

The Fourth R

  • The Fourth R is a comprehensive, schools-based program that stresses the importance of healthy relationships. It helps youth make safer choices, provides training in relationships skills and promotes positive youth relationships in collaboration with parents, schools and communities. Program goals: reduction of violence; school and community liaisons; leadership and support for students and staff; and education and empowerment. Youth Safe Schools Committees are student-led, teacher-facilitated groups that take part in classroom explorations, connect to community support services, mount media campaigns to educate the student body and provide information and support to those who need it. Primary resource tools are lesson plans.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
    • Contact: Shanna Burns, 519-858-5154
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grade 9
    • Costing Information: 3 binders at $175 total; $275 Curriculum unit; $695 comprehensive kit (video resources incl.); $150 per teacher per day (teacher training)

Freedom to Be: a Teachers' Guide to Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Human Rights.

  • This guidebook supports teachers and facilitators in creating a safe, discrimination-free learning environment for students. It provides background materials to strengthen teachers' skills on the issues that lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) youth experience so that all youth feel safe in the classroom and school. The guidebook provides a look at all aspects of LGBT life including the effects of the media, family life, school life, work, volunteering, and health. It also provides teachers with legal knowledge on human rights and school responsibilities.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Tanis Johnston; Alberta Civil liberties Research Centre; 2500 University Drive N.W. MFH 2350; Calgary AB T2N 1N4; 403-220-2505; aclrc@ucalgary.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 7-12, school staff, parents, administrators, and the community.
    • Costing Information: $25.00 plus s/h. Sold through the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre. Contact alrc@alrc.com to purchase booklet

Good Intentions

  • Based on the true story of a young woman who experienced dating violence and is now living a healthy life. The DVD shows not only the warning signs of dating violence but also leads us to talk about how we can support both the victims and the perpetrators of violence in positive ways. Students were interviewed and asked questions related to dating violence and what they would do if they believed their friend was in an unhealthy relationship. The DVD and follow up encourages discussion as to the nature of dating relationships, what is healthy/unhealthy and gives practical strategies as to how to help friends in unhealthy relationships/how to help perpetrators of violence. The DVD asks us to pay attention and have the courage to say or do something to make a positive change.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Toni Wilson, Learning Coordinator, Safe Schools, Thames Valley District School Board, 1250 Dundas Street PO Box 5888, London, ON N6A 5L1, 519-452-2000 ext. 20047, toni.wilson@tvdsb.on.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 11-12, Teacher/Parents Tool
    • Costing Information: Good Intentions (DVD 18 Minutes and classroom activities); Thames Valley District School Board – Safe Schools; $125.00 for DVD and follow-up activities.

The Great Bug Race

  • The Great Bug Race is a children's storybook that provides a positive outcome on the issue of bullying by demonstrating personal safety awareness, co-dependency and cooperation. It encourages children to find someone they trust in order to report bullying. The teacher's Aid package provides an opportunity for teachers to discuss children's feelings and viewpoints through various activities meant to promote dialogue. Since it is a rhyming picture book young children respond very well to the story and can already grasp the concept of a bully who does not play fair.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
    • Contact: B.L. Richardson, 519-688-0780, 24 East Afton Place, London, On N5Z 4A3, blrichardson_2@sympatico.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Daycare Primary Grades 1-3
    • Costing Information: Prices vary upon unit request, Starting from: 1-50 items ordered: The storybook $13.00; Teacher's aid CD $11.00; Up to 400-500+ items ordered: The storybook $9.00; Teacher's aid CD  $5.00

Grow Interactive Learning Inc.

  • Grow Interactive Learning (GROW) is a Character Building and Bully Prevention program designed for elementary students in kindergarten through grade eight.

    Taking place in school, GROW provides a fun & supportive learning environment where students are encouraged to self-discover and interact.

    By participating in the GROW Program, students will play a pivotal role in creating positive school climate, while building upon a variety of specific character traits, including:
    Inclusiveness, teamwork, leadership, creativity, communication, integrity, courage, initiative, perseverance, optimism, respect, responsibility, honesty, fairness, and empathy.

    Students will also develop social and leadership skills while strengthening their independence and self-confidence.
    The GROW team guarantees to provide a fresh and safe experience filled with a variety of dynamic, entertaining and cooperative activities!
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 38 KB)

Healing Circles: Resolving Conflict Creatively Between Victims and Youth Offenders

  • Healing Circles: Resolving Conflict Creatively Between Victims and Youth Offenders presents a model that is adaptable to the needs of distinct communities and has already been used by many diverse groups in North America. This video resource targets students in Grade 7-12, parents, teachers and the broader community. The mock healing circle presented in this video stands for all circle type “conferencing” which offers a creative approach to achieving satisfying justice. This video is of interest to facilitators and community activists who plan to implement this type of process in their own communities. Total running time is 35 minutes.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)
    • Contact: John Barclay (Triune), 613-258-2426, triune@triune.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12
    • Website: www.triune.ca
    • Costing Information: DVD $110 shipping and handling $20 per shipment multiple copy discount of 35% (ten units or more)
      Preview: pay only the shipping and handling fee ($20)

Heartspeak

  • Heartspeak inspires youth to create a better future. Heartspeak workshops provide an engaging vehicle to develop and sustain a positive school climate where student voice and leadership are at the heart of the work. Workshops provide an opportunity for youth to talk about how to develop and sustain a caring, safe, inclusive and accepting school. Topics include critical issues confronting youth today (e.g., relationships, mental health, bullying, social justice), featuring lessons learned and strategies that support student well-being and achievement. Each 60-75 minute workshop includes a 30-45 minute documentary and a 15-30 minute Q&A.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)
    • Contact: Heartspeak, #187 – 3044 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON M8X 2Y8;
      Shelley Steele, 416-454-1199, shelleysteele@mac.com
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-12
    • Website: www.heartspeak.ca
    • Costing Information: ½ day in school $500, full day $750 (plus travel outside GTA)

Hector's World™

  • Hector's World™ Ltd (HWL) is a New Zealand charity which identified a need for online safety education for children 2-9 years old, and developed Hector's World™, a cyber safety education programme. Hector's World promotes "cybercitizenship" – the skills and values needed in today's online community. The content helps children build their critical thinking skills so they can grow into confident and caring members of the online community. Hector's World™ has been recognized for its creativity, quality and effectiveness, including special resources for parents, caregivers and teachers. It can be accessed free at www.hectorsworld.com.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Liz Butterfield; Hector's World Limited; PO Box 9386, Newmarket, Auckland, New Zealand 64 7 869-0556; LizB@hectorsworld.co.nz
    • Audience recommended by the provider: K-6 and teacher/parent tool
    • Costing Information: Free for individuals. For organizational usage, contact vendor www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/
    • Website: www.hectorsworld.com

HIV/AIDS Online School Support Kit

  • The HIV and AIDS Online School Support Kit supports teachers and school administrators in the development of lessons and instructional strategies that will help students fulfill the expectations related to age-appropriate HIV education in the Ontario curriculum. The HIV and AIDS Online School Support Kit brings together evidence-based information, best practice strategies, and a myriad of existing free HIV-related resources and tools to help schools deliver age-appropriate HIV education and create supportive environments for students who are living with, affected by, and vulnerable to HIV and AIDS.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: Ophea, 1 Concorde Gate, Suite 608; Toronto, ON M3C 3N6; Sandra Albione, 416-426-7296, sandra@ophea.org
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
    • Website: http://hae.ophea.net
    • Costing Information: Free

Hopes and Dreams: Stories for Young Refugees

  • This 25 minute video/DVD contains interviews with youth about their experiences being refugee students in Canadian schools – why they left their home country to settlement, challenges, and discrimination.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 27 KB)
    • Contact: Linda McKay; Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre; University of Calgary , Faculty of Law; 403-220-2505; lmmckayp@ucalgary.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12 and teacher/parent tool
    • Costing Information: Available through the University of Calgary Press www.ucalgary.ca/imagecentre/marketing/hopes.htm; (Includes guidebook)
      DVD $69 NTSC; DVD $89 Pal/Secam; VHS $49 NTSC; VHS $69 Pal/Secam
    • Website: www.aclrc.com

Huddle Up

  • The Huddle Up Bullying Prevention Program is a multifaceted program that sees Toronto Argonauts players and cheerleaders empower students to "Be a friend, Support, Report and Defend!" instead of accepting bullying in their school. The program has 3 components:
    1. Leadership Committee – Engages student leaders, bullies and bullying victims to create "in-school" initiatives that enhance the Huddle Up message prior, during and after the presentation.
    2. Assembly – A Huddle Up team member and an Argonauts player use personal stories to relate different forms of bullying, why people bully, and how bystanders can help other students.
    3. Student Summit – brainstorming session where students have an open forum to share their perspective on leadership, bullying and violence in their school.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Erin Schneider; The Argos Foundation; 355 King St. West 6th Floor, Toronto ON, M5V 1J6; 416-341-2762; email: huddleup@argonauts.on.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-12
    • Costing Information: Package A – $799.00
      Includes:
      • Committee Meeting
      • Huddle Up Assembly
      • Student Summit
      • Parent/Teacher information session OR Cheerleader-led bullying presentation
      • 50 tickets to a pre-season Toronto Argonauts home game
    • Package B – $599.00
      Includes:
      • Committee Meeting
      • Huddle Up Assembly
      • Student Summit
      • 50 tickets to a pre-season Toronto Argonauts home game
        ** additional assembly can be booked on same day for $200.00**
      • Website: www.stoptheviolence.ca

I Decide

  • Before someone can change their behaviour, they need to understand it. I Decide interactive slide packages teach students about bullying by empathizing with those involved: the victim, the bystander, and the bully. Overview and Points of View packages have been designed with the needs of teenagers in mind in the hopes of stimulating higher engagement and retention levels. By using openness and understanding as cornerstones, it allows students to ask personal questions and share experiences. Students will leave with a clear understanding of the effects of their actions and where they can get help.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 61 KB)
    • Contact: Jeanine Amaral, 416-849-3458, Casreep Communications, jeanine@casreep.net
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-12
    • Costing Information: Casreep Communications is currently offering a free book on their website entitled "Bully Bootcamp". They also offer 5 interactive PowerPoint Presentation Kits for grades 6 and up – Overview, Types of Bullying, Victim, Bystander, and The Bully. Each kit sells for $19.95 and includes:
      1) A free follow-along presenter's manual which includes worksheets and hands-on assignments;
      2) A free facilitator's guide book to help you engage your audience and maintain retention later;
      3) A free how-to guide for setting up digital projectors;
      4) A free copy of one bullying presentation kit. All kits are instantly downloadable so no waiting time for shipping.
      Casreep also offers a junior-ages presentation kit which includes the short film "For all the Marbles", PowerPoint and extras. For more information and to use one of the free resources visit: www.casreep.net. For further costing on DVD version of our kits, please contact McIntyre Media Inc. at 800-565-3036.

I'm a Great Little Kid

  • A primary program designed to build skills in children to lessen their vulnerability to abuse and violence. This evidence-based program empowers children to think and act in positive ways. The 22 minutes video introduces the 6 primary prevention concepts (self-esteem, communication, respect, making good choices, touch, and getting help) that are reinforced with facilitated discussion, strategies, and fun activities.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Karyn Kennedy, Executive Director, BOOST, Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention, 416-515-1100 ext. 225, 890 Yonge Street, 11th Floor, Toronto, ON M4W 3P4, Kennedy@boostforkids.org
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-3
    • Website: www.boostforkids.org
    • Costing Information: Teachers Guide and DVD — Cost: $50 / program copy

I'm a Great Kid

  • A primary program designed to build skills in children to lessen their vulnerability to abuse and violence. This evidence-based program empowers children to think and act in positive ways. The 22 minutes video introduces the 6 primary prevention concepts (self-esteem, communication, respect, making good choices, touch, and getting help) that are reinforced with facilitated discussion, strategies, and fun activities.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
    • Contact: Karyn Kennedy, Executive Director, BOOST, Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention, 416-515-1100 ext. 225, 890 Yonge Street, 11th Floor, Toronto, ON M4W 3P4, Kennedy@boostforkids.org
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-6
    • Website: www.boostforkids.org
    • Costing Information: Teachers Guide and DVD — Cost: $50 / program copy

iEngage

  • iEngage empowers students and staff to create a safe, positive and inclusive climate in schools. It delivers student assemblies and practical resource tools that are designed to impact the student body.

    iEngage's interactive, multimedia assemblies combine fun with bullying prevention strategies through the use of funny stories, student-driven skits and hip hop music to engage students in the message.

    iEngage have found that an assembly on its own is not enough to bring lasting change to a student body. Follow-up and reinforcement is crucial. iEngage provides a Follow-Up Package with all bookings.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
    • Contact: Anthony McLean; iEngage; 26-525 Novo Star Drive Mississauga, ON, L5W 1X8; 416-737-8727; anthony@iengage.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-12
    • Costing Information: One Assembly: $500
      Two Assembly: $750
      Three Assembly: $950
      (plus GST)
      The Follow-Up Package is included free of charge with all bookings.
      *The number of assemblies is based on grade levels rather than school size.

Imagine...A School Without Bullying

  • Imagine...A School Without Bullying: A School Climate Approach to Bullying Prevention provides a framework to create a safe, positive learning environment for children by taking a comprehensive school- wide approach to bullying intervention and prevention. Schools are guided to take a thorough assessment of their school community to identify its strengths and weaknesses and a workplan for their own particular school community. The resource document provides numerous tools for school staff and parents, as well as an entire set of lesson plans for Grades JK-8 that is congruent with curriculum expectations.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)

Imagine Bully Free Schools

  • Imagine Bully Free Schools is a system-wide framework to assist schools, parents, students, and community partners in ongoing efforts to establish healthy, bully-free learning environments. Support units can be used independently. The program goal is to create the foundation for safe, respectful and caring schools. The resource is web and paper-based with a step-by-step process and action plan with prevention, intervention, post-intervention and support strategies for administrators, teachers, parents, students and the community. Types of bullying are defined and discussed.
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)

InTouch Mobile Anti-Bullying App and Software

  • Anonymous 2-way mobile reporting system
  • Custom smartphone application for each school
  • Instant notifications of incoming incident reports go to school staff
  • Secure web interface for statistical reporting and incident tracking
  • Smartphone service channels to inform you school community of events, news, alerts etc.
  • Incident tracking at school and board level
  • Dedicated Service Center to triage incoming reports
  • Connection to 3rd party counseling services
  • Secure staff communication channels
  • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
    • Contact: InTouch Mobile, 6 Bay Street, Suite 301; Picton, ON K0K 2T0; Maire Benjamin; 416-204-9310; info@intouchmobile.ca
    • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
    • Website: www.intouchmobile.ca
    • Costing Information: From $600 per school per year

    The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh

    • This fast-paced and funny play – The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh tackles the issues of bullying, violence, learning disorders, peer pressure and the struggles to fit in. A Teacher Resource Guide with curriculum links and pre- and post- show activities is included.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: Donna Vandecoevering – 905-682-8326 ext.22, schools@carouselplayers.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-8
      • Website: www.carouselplayers.com
      • Costing Information: Production range from $550 to $750 per performance based on geographic location.

    It's a Girl's World

    • It's a Girl's World takes us inside the tumultuous relationships of a clique of popular 10-year-old girls. Playground bullying captured on camera shows a disturbing picture of how these girls use their closest friendships to hurt each other to win social power in the group. Meanwhile, their parents struggle through denial and disbelief as they become aware of the serious consequences of this behaviour. By comparison, the tragic story of a 14-year-old girl is a stark reminder that social bullying can spiral out of control. This documentary shatters the myth that social bullying among girls is an acceptable part of growing up.

      This is a stand-alone series of six modules with helpful on-screen text guides to assist with discussion and activities. Each 5-10 minute module explores a different facet of social bullying.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 50 KB)
      • Contact: National Film Board of Canada, 3155 Cote de Liesse Rd, Montreal, QC H4N 2N4
        Tey Cottingham, 514-283-9453, t.cottingham@nfb.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: 4-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.nfb.ca
      • Costing Information: DVD and CD set: $85 (single institution); $135 (circulation)
        DVD + educational version: $79.95 (single institution); $159.90 (circulation)
        Streaming costs: $900-$1,200 (school board with 20,000+ students); $700-$1,000 (school board with 10,000-20,000 students); $500-$750 (school board with less than 10,000 students).

    It's a Teen's World: wired for sex, lies and power trips

    • What price do teenagers pay to be cool, hip and popular in a sexually-charged social world? Harassment is commonplace, even acceptable. Through computer screens, inside all-ages clubs, with candid personal diaries and the teens' own short dramas about sexual pressures, It's a Teen's World is an unflinching expos of three culturally diverse groups in Toronto teens who share what it's like to navigate a tangled web of sex, lies and power trips.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 39 KB)
      • Contact: CBC Learning, 1400 René-Lévesque Blvd E, Montreal, QC H2L 2M2
        Veronica Barton, 514-597-5918/514-233-2671, Veronica.barton@cbc.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: 7-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.cbclearning.ca
      • Costing Information: Please contact.

    Kick Start Arts!

    • These drama and dance DVDs are designed to support educators in bringing the arts into their own programs – to give them tools so they can “do it themselves”. The DVDs are for the generalist teacher and those who are looking for models of how to use the arts with their students in a meaningful way – to deconstruct bullying, create collaborative classrooms, and build skills connected to social justice and positive peer interactions. The viewer watches Canadian Theatre, and a group of diverse students hard at work, having fun, thinking critically and creating meaningful dance and drama work. Each DVD consists of numerous games and exercises that offer a structure for exploring.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Sheena Robertson and Jen Johnson, Kick Start Arts!, 416-8989-9737, kickstartarts@gmail.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: School Staff, Grades 4-8 students, School Administrators
      • Website: www.kickstartarts.com
      • Costing Information: DVD's: $49.95 each; "Exploring Tableaux" anti-bullying theme and "Creating Partner Dances" can be purchased together for $80.00

    Kids in the Know

    • Kids in the Know is a safety education program designed to empower children and reduce their risk of victimization. The program focuses on building self-esteem by teaching critical problem-solving skills, and uses a community based approach to heighten awareness of child safety and protection strategies. Kids in the Know includes a curriculum for teachers, supplementary information on dealing with disclosures of abuse, training programs, books, puppets, games and online activities for families.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 34 KB)
      • Contact: Canadian Centre for Child Protection, 615 Academy Rd, Winnipeg, MB, R3N 0E7, feedback@kidsintheknow.ca, 1.800.532.9135 or 204.945.5735
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-9
      • Website: www.kidsintheknow.ca
      • Costing Information: Range from $7.50 to $260, depending on the product

    Kids.now

    • Kids.now is the only leadership program for Grade 7 and 8 kids that concentrates on the Emotional Intelligence skills kids need to feel good about themselves and have positive relationships. Kids at this age face an onslaught of new temptations and responsibilities. Trained volunteer coaches use creative, high energy games and exercises to develop kids' self-awareness, communication, goal setting, stress management and conflict resolution. These skills enable kids to make positive choices for themselves and their community.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: Susan Ryan Communications Director, 416-488-4848, Kids.now: 422 Strathallan Blvd., Toronto, ON M5N 1S7, sryan@kidsnowcanada.org
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7 and 8
      • Website: www.kidsnowcanada.org
      • Costing Information: Free

    KINSA – Virtually Safe – An internet safety guide for Parents and Teachers

    • This DVD is designed to help parents and teachers better understand what their children and students are doing on the internet. It takes the viewer through some of the most common places that children access on the internet and explains how these areas work and some of the dangers kids face while they're online. The DVD looks specifically at instant messaging (MSN Live Messenger), social networking (Facebook), online gaming (World of war craft), and virtual worlds (Second Life), and gives click by click demonstrations on how these programs work and the safety features that are available to help keep kids safe while they're using them.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Kristin Neudorf, Kids' Internet Safety Alliance (KINSA), 20 Bay Street, 12th Floor, Suite 37, Toronto, ON, M5J 2N8, 416-850-1449 ext. 12237, kneudorf@kinsa.net
      • Audience recommended by the provider: School Staff, Parents, School Administrators, Community
      • Website: www.kinsa.net
      • Costing Information: DVD is free for each school, plus shipping and postage, $10.00 for each additional DVD.

    LEAPS (Life Excelerator/Assessment of Personal Skills)

    • LEAPS is a comprehensive, web-based resource that enables educators to identify and alter inappropriate behaviors, including but not limited to bullying, by teaching social, emotional, and adaptive developmental skills. LEAPS offers assessing processes for both student groups and individuals. It uses that information to create behavior profiles indicating need and risk with correlating prescriptive solutions followed by multi-faceted lesson plans and training sessions that are drawn from its interactive skills library. LEAPS effectiveness is born from its comprehensive approach that focuses not only on addressing anti-social behaviors, such as bullying, but also on pro-social development giving teachers the tools to improve classroom behaviors.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: Gayle Rolland, VP, Provenio Group, Inc., 512-401-6533, grolland@proveniogroup.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-12
      • Website: www.goleaps.com
      • Costing Information: LEAPS is an annually renewable subscription sold on a site by site or district by district basis with discounts offered on volume purchases as follows:
        • 1-2 campuses.$3,495 each
        • 3-24 campuses..$2,975 each
        • 25-49 campuses$2,625 each
        • 50-99 campuses$2,235 each
        • 100 or more$2,085 each
        • 100% implementation.$1,850 each
        • All prices in US funds.
          This pricing provides a LEAPS license to each and every educator on a given campus for a 12-month period.

    Lesson One: The ABCs of Life

    • Lesson One: The ABCs of Life is a social and emotional based program that helps children develop the life skills and internal discipline necessary to learn and thrive in today's society. Lesson One teaches skills such as self control and responsibility by first defining each skill in terms that children can understand. It provides children with an opportunity to experience each skill through hands-on activities. Lesson One also gives adults and children the chance to share how they use the skills so they can learn for each other. This combination enables children to internalize the skills for success socially and academically.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 23 KB)
      • Contact: Jon Oliver, 617-247-2787, Lesson One Company, Inc., 245 Newbury Street, Suite 2F, Boston, MA 02116, info@lessonone.org
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-6, parents, mentors, coaches and other caregivers
      • Costing Information: In general, a one-week residency including all program materials costs approximately $5,000 plus travel expenses. Kits- $125-$300, Posters- $70, Magnets- $20, Lesson One book- $14.

    Let's Build A Caring Community

    • In this show the puppets learn along with the audience about 5 ways to build a caring community in their school:
        1. Accept everyone the way they are
        2. Caring is everyone's responsibility
        3. Kindness
        4. Honesty
        5. Teamwork.
      The children help the puppets through their feelings of not fitting in and not being an important part of their community. Together they learn that everyone is important and special and no one should be left out.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 38 KB)
      • Contact: Yvette Locke, Yvette and Her Puppet Friends; (519) 649-6726, email: thepuppetlady@rogers.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-3; Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.thepuppetlady.ca
      • Costing Information: $300 per show

    Let's Stop the Bullying: A Resource for School Communities

    • Let's Stop the Bullying: A Resource for School Communities consists of strategies to enhance current practices already in schools, and further develop a school-wide plan to respond directly to bullying behaviours and situations. The resource includes a series of Kindergarten to Grade 8 lesson plans that provide students with an opportunity to explore their questions about bullying, learn to understand the problem, and begin to reflect upon their own attitudes and behaviours toward peers. Let's Stop the Bullying can also strengthen a positive school culture by promoting a sense of belonging among students, and by teaching students how and when to seek help from adults and other children.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)
      • Contact: Lorna McPherson, Program Coordinator, 416-394-7235, lorna.mcpherson@tdsb.on.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: K-12 (lessons are K-8 only)
      • Costing Information: $75 each plus 15% postage and handling. Phone Gitta Berg at 416-397-2595 or email curriculumdocs@tdsb.on.ca for purchasing details.

    L.I.N.K.S. Student Equity Conference

    • At this one-day conference focused on creating more safe and inclusive schools, youth come together to redefine LEADERSHIP, create exciting INITIATIVES, NETWORK with other young leaders, gain equity-based KNOWLEDGE, and work on SUSTAINABILITY tools that will have a lasting impact on their schools and communities. Participants will also develop a Student Equity Action Plan to meet the goals of the Ontario Ministry of Education's Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy. This conference can be brought to your school, your board, or your community.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
      • Contact: Harmony Movement; 85 Scarsdale Road – Suite 303; Toronto, ON M3B 2R2; Helen Anderson; 416-385-2660; educator@harmony.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grade 7-12
      • Website: www.harmony.ca
      • Costing Information: Please contact.

    Lions Quest: Promoting Peace and Preventing Violence

    • The Lions Quest: Promoting Peace and Preventing Violence package includes nineteen sessions designed to help students understand the attitudes and behaviours that can lead them from conflict to anger to violence. The program increases their awareness of how they usually respond to conflict and teaches students how to work toward more peaceful resolutions. Topics include: exploring factors that contribute to violence; calming down and gathering information; managing conflicts appropriately; protecting ourselves; promoting peace.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contacts: Joanne McQuiggan, 1-800-265-2680 ext. 107, joanne@thrivecanada.ca, Thrive! The Canadian Centre for Positive Youth Development, 180 Frobisher Drive, Unit 1, Waterloo, Ontario, N2V 2A2
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12
      • Costing Information: $30.00 plus GST and shipping costs. Costs may be subsidized by local Lions Clubs.

    Lions Quest "Working it Out"

    • In Lions Quest: "Working It Out", conflict management skills are taught as ten thematic topics with multiple options that teachers can select from and focus on according to their students' needs. Topics include: Recognizing Different Points of View, Engaging in Constructive Conversation, Predicting Consequences, Claming Your Own Anger, Expressing Anger Constructively, Dealing with Someone Else's Anger, Dealing with Bullying, Recognizing Bias and Respecting Diversity and Resolving Conflicts.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 40 KB)
      • Contacts: Joanne McQuiggan, 1-800-265-2680 ext. 107, joanne@thrivecanada.ca, Thrive! The Canadian Centre for Positive Youth Development, 180 Frobisher Drive, Unit 1, Waterloo, Ontario, N2V 2A2
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-6
      • Costing Information: $79.95 plus GST and shipping costs. Cost may be subsidized by local Lions Clubs.

    MENTORS Towards Understanding: Anti Islamophobia Resource Kit - Elementary

    • Islamophobia can be defined as: a fear or hatred of Islam and its adherents that translates into individual, ideological and systemic forms of oppression and discrimination. The MENTORS kits include multi-media resources such as posters and videos, interactive activities that help students understand and challenge racism and Islamophobia. The lessons also incorporate activities to help students comprehend the broader mechanisms of oppression as interlocking systems based on racism, classism, sexism, homophobia, ableism, and faithism. MENTORS's anti-Islamophobia curriculum guide provides age appropriate and youth friendly materials, activities and strategies that engage learning about Islamophobia and racism in creative and interactive ways.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 24 KB)
      • Contacts: Suzanne Muir, Diversity Coordinator, c/o Halton District School Board, JWS Centre, 2050 Guelph Line, Burlington, ON L7R 3Z2, 905-3325-3663 ext 3257
      • Audience recommended by the provider: All Elementary Grades
      • Website: www.mentorscanada.com
      • Costing Information: $15/school based on a board-wide agreement

    MENTORS Towards Understanding: Anti Islamophobia Resource Kit – Secondary

    • Islamophobia can be defined as: a fear or hatred of Islam and its adherents that translates into individual, ideological and systemic forms of oppression and discrimination. The MENTORS kits include multi-media resources such as posters and videos, interactive activities that help students understand and challenge racism and Islamophobia. The lessons also incorporate activities to help students comprehend the broader mechanisms of oppression as interlocking systems based on racism, classism, sexism, homophobia, ableism, and faithism. MENTORS's anti-Islamophobia curriculum guide provides age appropriate and youth friendly materials, activities and strategies that engage learning about Islamophobia and racism in creative and interactive ways.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 34 KB)
      • Contacts: Suzanne Muir, Diversity Coordinator, c/o Halton District School Board, JWS Centre, 2050 Guelph Line, Burlington, ON L7R 3Z2, 905-3325-3663 ext 3257
      • Audience recommended by the provider: All Secondary Grades
      • Website: www.mentorscanada.com
      • Costing Information: $15/school based on a board-wide agreement

    My Mom is a Soldier: Facilitator's Guide

    • This facilitators' guide was created for educators, military families, support agencies and all personnel involved in supporting children with deployed parent(s). It has been created using the experiences of military families, support agencies and educators. This guide is ideal for using with children between three and eight years old. Using this guide will help explore the feelings that are associated with having a significant loved one away for a deployment or extended period of time.
      My Mom is a Soldier – Facilitators Guide – contains an Evaluation Rubric, consisting of Achievement Charts and a Reading Conference Report.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Lynne Major Cléroux, Director Military Family Services, Labelle Building, Cubicle BM01, 4210 Labelle Street, Ottawa, ON K1A 0K2, (613) 944-6651, lynne.cleroux@forces.gc.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: School Administrators, School Staff, Peers, Students, Parents
      • Website: www.mfrc.ca
      • Costing Information: There is no cost attached to this resource. The resource may be accessed on-line at www.mfrc.ca. Alternatively, printed copies can be obtained for free from your local Military Family Resource Centre. Find the centre nearest to you at www.mfrc.ca.

    The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program

    • The goal of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) is to reduce bullying among children, improve the social climate of classrooms and reduce related antisocial behaviours, such as vandalism and truancy. The program has been implemented in more than a dozen countries and in thousands of schools. OBPP is used at school and includes methods to reach out to parents and the community for involvement and support.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 38 KB)
      • Contact: David Millen, Kidscan, 49-655 Richmond Road, Ottawa, ON K2A 3Y3; (613) 296-5245; email: kidscan@sympatico.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.kids-can.ca
      • Costing Information: See website for more details

    Peace by PEACE

    • Peace by PEACE is a youth-led initiative in which trained university student volunteers teach grade 5 students (ages 10 to 11) about bullying, cultural diversity, how to prevent and resolve conflict in the schoolyard and the classroom, and how to think critically about the media. Starting the first week of classes in January, teams of four Peace by PEACE volunteers go into the classroom to teach an intensive 11 week program in 90 minute sessions. The youth-to-youth mentorship model enables young people to look beyond violence in resolving their differences, motivating them to become tomorrow's problem solvers. The 11 week program culminates in an annual Peace Festival. On this day, fifth grade students, university volunteers, teacher, parents and guest speakers come together in celebration of peace.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 36 KB)
      • Contact: Tanya D'Angela, pbyptoronto@yahoo.com, 416-946-7750; Peace by PEACE, 21 Sussex Avenue, Suite 531, Toronto, ON, M5S 1J6
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Junior (specifically Grade 5)
      • Website: http://peacebypeace.sa.utoronto.ca
      • Costing Information: $ 300 for the first classroom; $ 250 for all other classrooms; * All teachers must attend two mandatory teacher briefing sessions, the first in late fall prior to the onset of the program, and the second in early spring two weeks before the festival.

    PlayFair Teams Disability, Social Justice, Inclusion

    • PlayFair Teams are created by teachers and supported by co-operating elementary and secondary school staff and students. The teams address issues of bullying and students with disabilities. Volunteer students, with and without disabilities, working with a Teacher Advisor create an extra-curricular club with the objective of developing a presentation focused on issues of disability and social inclusion. The central thrust is that students can lead in creating positive change in their schools and communities. Students give voice to their experiences by dramatizing forms of bullying, singing of new possibilities, creating diversity murals, growing peace gardens, acting as conflict negotiators, and similar strategies.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Gary Bunch, 416-244-1215, gbunch@edu.yorku.ca, Marsha Forest Centre, 24 Thome Cres., Toronto, ON M6H 2S5
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-12
      • Costing Information: Teacher Advisor Manuel (Elementary & Secondary) $15; Manuel for Community Advocates (for those who wish to stimulate a school in initiating a PlayFair Team) $15; Interactive CD-ROM featuring presentation, the voices of students, teachers, school & system administrators, and additional supportive resources at $50

    Power to Change – Me to We Leadership Program

    • The Power to Change Me to We Leadership program is a life-enhancing experience for young people who have a history of aggressive behaviour or have been classified as “bullies”. The Power to Change program is facilitated by highly-trained Me to We Facilitators. This program provides students with a positive and supportive environment where they can safely discuss issues including: “What is bullying?”; “What are the different ways that bullying can manifest itself?” and “How can I better understand the impact of my actions and aggression?”. The Power to Change program uses unique leadership training to empower youth to use their leadership potential for food.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 45 KB)
      • Contact: Me to We, 225 Carlton St., Toronto, ON M5A 2L2
        Janice Sousa, 416-964-8942 ext 502, janice@metowe.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: 7-12
      • Website: www.metowe.com/leadership
      • Costing Information: $1,000 per facilitator per workshop

    Prehistoric Pals (Anger Management Program)

    • Prehistoric Pals is an anger management program designed to provide children with the necessary skills to express and to deal successfully with the feelings of anger and rage. At the conclusion of each lesson, the audience is invited to join in and to reinforce the message presented. The children will learn from the puppets how to work their anger out and deal with their mad feelings.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Andrea Marshall, 609-206-6318, info@bettermebooks.com, Better Me Books Inc., 5 Olympic Drive, Voorhees, New Jersey 08043
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades Early Elementary, children in an after school program, scout program, library programs, church programs, summer camps and any other related children's programs.
      • Costing Information: $320 (US) shipping and handling free.

    Preparing For Adolescence and Social Success (P.A.S.S.)

    • The P.A.S.S. Program is an interactive social skills and character education program for students aged eight to fourteen. It focuses on teaching self-resilience, assertiveness, peer accountability, communication and a strong sense of community. The program can be customized and designed to meet the needs of a classroom, group of classrooms or school and/or complement and reinforce a school boards broader anti-bullying strategic plan. The program is coordinated with the Ontario curriculum, namely in the areas of health, social science, guidance and religion. The animators of the program have extensive experience working with "at-risk" students in social service settings.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: Larry Chapin, Bartimaeus Inc., 392 John St. Suite 300, Burlington, ON L7R 2K4, 905-634-8903, larrychapin@bartimaeus.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8
      • Costing Information: Cost is $1,800 for 10 1-hour sessions. The cost includes a teacher and parent orientation session.

    Project WIN: Working out Integrated Negotiations

    • Project WIN is a theory based, empirically validated conflict resolution program. The program trains teachers to facilitate whole-class and small group discussions, brainstorming exercises, role-plays, group problem solving and co-op games. The curriculum teaches students how to increase liking, trust, teamwork, control anger, non violent alternatives to fighting.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 23 KB)
      • Contact: Laura Roberts Ph.D., M.Ed, Roberts Educational Research, 44 Douglas Road, Landsdale, PA USA 19446, 215-822-8623, LRinchworm@comcast.net
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Our faculty train teachers and other professionals to use the model. These trained professionals then go back to their home schools and teach the model to junior level students (Grades 4-6)
      • Costing Information: Training takes place in 17 one hour sessions. $1,000 per trainee. Trainees will receive a manual with step by step instructions for each lesson. Trainees receive a certificate.

    Put the Brakes On Bullying

    • Put the Brakes on Bullying curriculum document consists of 5 lesson plans for each grade between JK and Grade 8. The units are designed to prevent the development of aggressive bullying behaviour in students by linking curriculum expectations with research on bullying. The units have been aligned with Ontario Curriculum expectations from various subjects. As well, the units reinforce sound teaching/learning and assessment practices.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 61 KB)
      • Contact: Bob McCulloch, 905-727-0022 ext. 2303, Community Alliance for York Region Education, shawn@cayre.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades JK-8
      • Costing Information: Each curriculum document (includes all JK-Grade 8 lesson plans): $200; School Board Site License: $2,500

    The Quest for the Golden Rule

    • The Quest for the Golden Rule is virtual role-playing software designed to prevent bullying. Using an internet ready computer, students individually rehearse intensive bullying prevention and pro-social skills, once a week, followed up by classroom discussions. Students choose their own adventures and experience the effects of their choices as they safely interact with virtual characters. The service provides reports of changes and identifies trouble spots. It covers a 5-10 week bullying prevention curriculum. The kit includes complete teacher materials, family connection activities, electronic surveys/reports and parent letters home. Adaptations provided for special needs students and those who have challenges reading.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Steven Brown; Practi-Quest Corp., 16 Erica Avenue, Suite 101, Toronto, ON, M3H 3H2; 416-785-0351; Toll Free: 866-978-3789
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Primary and Junior students. (Lesson plan adaptations are provided for special needs students. Full narration is provided for students with reading difficulties / ESL students).
      • Website: www.practiquest.com
      • Costing Information: The service is licensed on a per student basis at $4.00 per student per school year. Licenses are sold in bundles of 10.
        There is a setup fee of $60 (waived if order is over 100).
        Each subscription provides students with at-school access to the complete library of web-based virtual role plays. Teachers get unlimited access to a teacher's kit, follow-up material and parent materials.

    QUEST-i'm-on

    • QUEST-i'm-on is a one-day workshop for grades 6-12. This groundbreaking experience gathers teachers, parents, administrators, counsellors and community members together with the students successfully addressing the issues of violence, racism, teasing, stereotypes, drugs and alcohol within the context of teen life. Through a series of highly interactive activities and questions, Quest-i'm-on breaks down the barriers that separate us as human beings, by shifting the threatening peer pressure to a positive peer support. This workshop is a tool that helps support the many other bullying prevention programs in existence.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: Jack Langedijk, 33 Erskine Avenue. Apt 404, Toronto, ON M4P 1Y6, 416-488-8017, jlangedijk@gmail.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 6-12
      • Costing Information: Price is $1,200-$1,600 per day depending on how many days a school desires. Each workshop can accommodate up to 100 students and 20-25 adults.

    Quincy Mack

    • Quincy Mack Entertainment is a set of six individual 75 minute workshops designed for elementary schools, K – 8. The content of each individual workshop is re-enforced through grade specific classroom activities which connect to the curriculum. The overall program covers various types of bullying, self-image, the role of the bystander, peer pressure, making positive choices with regard to the internet, music and videos, strategies to combat a variety of bullying scenarios, the personal power that can be gained through reading, creative writing and speech and finally the potential that students have to affect positive change in their world.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 63 KB)
      • Contact: Joe Bergl, 905-475-9223, joe@qmack.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-8
      • Costing Information: $600 per workshop

    T.E.A.C.H.(Teens Educating and Confronting Homophobia)

    • The T.E.A.C.H. peer education workshop involves trained peer facilitators leading interactive activities and sharing personal stories to encourage workshop participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism. The facilitators are between the ages of 16 and 22 and come from a wide range of backgrounds. T.E.A.C.H. workshops challenge negative assumptions about gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender people and show how these assumptions can lead to homophobic violence and hate crimes.

      T.E.A.C.H is also involved in the community through outreach, partnerships, and the development of anti-homophobia resources.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 27 KB)
      • Contact: Emma Beltran; Planned Parenthood Toronto; 36B Prince Arthur Avenue, Toronto ON M5R 1A9; 416-961-0113 ext 157; ebeltran@ppt.on.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12
      • Costing Information: T.E.A.C.H. workshop is free but donations are accepted
      • Website: www.ppt.on.ca

    Reach for the Stars

    • The Reach for the Stars media presentation takes an in-depth look at the issue of bullying. The presentation enables youth to recognize and discuss the root causes of bullying along with the steps necessary to maintain a balanced life. The presentation educates students about "the bully," "the bullied," "the bystander" and "the role of the student."
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contacts: Sherrie Marshall, 519-752-5488, smarshall@stopbullyingtoday.com, STOP Bullying Today, P.O. Box #25010 West Brantford, Ontario, N3T 6K5
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-12
      • Costing Information: per 1 hour session $200.00 (plus travel costs) to have SBT Representative present at your location

    The Red Jacket

    • The Red Jacket (DVD) tells the story of Nicholas Chow Johnson, a Toronto boy who was assaulted by three boys in 2001. The assault left him blind in one eye, paralyzed down one side of his body, and unable to talk and care for himself. He lives in Toronto at a rehab centre. One of the boys had a history of anger and trouble with the law. He served a portion of his eight-year sentence and is now free. The two minors were given light sentences.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Angela Bianchi, White Angel Productions Ltd., 25 Sanderstead Ave., Toronto, ON M6E 4X6; 416-783-0317; angela.bianchi@sympatico.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 9-12
      • Costing Information: Each school board in Ontario will be able to purchase the DVD, The Red Jacket for the flat fee of $2,500.

    Refugees and Discrimination

    • Refugees and Discrimination contains background information for secondary teachers, and student activities on refugees in Canada. Includes applicable laws. 2006. 190 pages

    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Linda McKay-Panos, Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre, University of Calgary, 2350 MFH, Calgary, AB T2N 1N4, lmmckayp@ucalgary.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-8, 9-10. 11-12. Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.aclrc.com
      • Costing Information: $35.00 Discounts Available for orders over 10.

    RespectEd – Violence Prevention Education

    • RespectEd: Violence Prevention programs are available to children, youth and adults who work with children and youth. Programs are delivered by screened, trained and certified RespectED trainers. All programs engage learners in an interactive process, and encourage proactive approaches to prevent the intentional injuries caused by violence, abuse, and harassment. The RespectED mandate is to educate children, youth and adults on the effects of abuse, neglect, violence, bullying and harassment and to identify helpful resources. RespectED offers the first steps in alleviating the effects of mistreatment by: naming and examining the different types of mistreatment within the learner's context; empowering people with knowledge and the ability to examine inter-generational impacts; and identifying personal, community and cultural strengths and resources.

    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Brian Smockum, Canadian Red Cross – RespectED, 5700 Cancross Court, Mississauga, ON, L5R 3E9, 416-428-5828 or 1-877-428-5828, brian.smockum@redcross.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-8
      • Website: www.redcross.ca/respected
      • Costing Information: Cost available upon request.

    Rights Angle

    • Rights Angle contains background Information for teachers and activities on human rights, the newspaper, the Charter, hate crimes, war crimes and applicable laws, suitable for secondary students

    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Linda McKay-Panos, Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre, University of Calgary, 2350 MFH, Calgary, AB T2N 1N4, lmmckayp@ucalgary.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-8. 9-10, 11-12, Teacher/Parent tool
      • Website: www.aclrc.com
      • Costing Information: Free PDF Download available at www.aclrc.com/lnks.html

    The Ripple Effect

    • "The Ripple Effect" is an interactive performance workshop that consists of dramatic vignettes demonstrating the impact of bullying. What sets "The Ripple Effect" apart is the emphasis on how individuals get swept up, both in school and outside, by bullying over the course of a day. Sunnie will come to your school and work with approximately 18 students, over lunch and after school, to create "The Ripple Effect" vignettes. Scripts will be customized to address bullying issues that relate to your school climate. Questions to facilitate discussion and a follow up survey are available.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 34 KB)
      • Contact: Sunnie McFadden-Curtis, benchboy productions, 18B-3200 Dufferin Street Suite 117, Toronto, ON, M6A 0A1, sunniemcfaddencurtis@rogers.com, 416-879-3177
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-12
      • Website: www.benchboyproductions.com
      • Costing Information: "The Ripple Effect" includes Sunnie's participation in the interactive performance workshops, attendance the day of the performance/assembly, and her assistance in a Q&A after the performance. Optional: questions for the teacher to help facilitate dialogue within the classroom. Please inquire for pricing. Additional costs may be incurred based on geographic location and/or if there are more than 200 students (per presentation).

    Ripple Effects for Kids

    • Ripple Effects for Kids is an evidence-based training program for building resilience, social and emotional learning, and changing behaviour problems. Among its 145 10-part tutorials is a 13 topic, 3-hour bullying intervention that addresses this issue from the perspective of the bully, the victim and the bystander(s). Each topic incorporates proven effective strategies to change behaviour, improve academic achievements and build life skills and protective factors.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Lewis Brentano; Ripple Effect Inc.; 88 First Street, #400; San Francisco, CA; 415-227-1669 or 888-259-6618; lbrentano@rippleeffects.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Primary and Secondary students
      • Costing Information: List prices (in US dollars) Ripple Effect for a permanent license;
        Single computer – $549
        5 computers – $2399
        10 computers – $2999
        30 computers – $3999
        Small schools site (less than 750 enrolment) – $5499
        Large school site – $9899
        Board wide – $9/enrolment of served grades.
      • Website: www.rippleeffects.com/education/software/products.html and http://www.rippleeffects.com/evidence

    Ripple Effects for Staff

    • Ripple Effects for Staff is a professional development training program that offers three training modules for teachers when dealing with bullying and other disruptive, dangerous or violent behaviours by students:
      1. How to implement and sustain Ripple Effects or other social and emotional learning programs
      2. Skill development for personal leadership/classroom management
      3. Skills for managing diversity and understanding diverse learners.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Lewis Brentano; Ripple Effect Inc.; 88 First Street, #400; San Francisco, CA; 415-227-1669 or 888-259-6618; lbrentano@rippleeffects.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Primary, Junior, Intermediate and Secondary staff
      • Costing Information: List prices (in US dollars) Ripple Effect for a permanent license;
        Single Computer – $450
        Five Computers – $2399
        10 Computers – $3500
        30 Computers – $5000
        Small school site (less than 750 enrolment) – $7000
        Large school site – $12000
        Board wide – $15 times number of staff, minimum 2000 staff
      • Website: www.rippleeffects.com/education/software/products.html and www.rippleeffects.com/evidence

    Ripple Effect for Teens

    • Ripple Effect for Teens is an evidence-based training program for building resilience, social and emotional learning, and changing behaviour problems. Among its 390 10-part tutorials is a 13 topic, 3 hour bullying intervention that addresses this issue from the perspective of the bully, the victim and the bystander(s). Each topic incorporates proven effective strategies to change behaviour, improve academic achievements and build life skills and protective factors.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Lewis Brentano; Ripple Effect Inc.; 88 First Street, #400; San Francisco, CA; 415-227-1669 or 888-259-6618; lbrentano@rippleeffects.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Intermediate and Secondary students
      • Costing Information: List prices (in US dollars) Ripple Effect for a permanent license;
        Single computer – $549
        Five computers – $2399
        10 computers – $2999
        30 computers – $3999
        Small schools site (less than 750 enrolment) – $5499
        Large school site – $9899
        Board wide – $9/enrolment of served grades.
      • Website: www.rippleeffects.com/education/software/products.html and www.rippleeffects.com/evidence

    RISE Program – Respect in Schools Everywhere

    • RISE is a program designed by East Metro Youth Services (EMYS) to help young people reduce the level of violence in their schools and community. It provides both primary and secondary prevention effects, premised on the evidence-based practices for violence prevention. The RISE model promotes change by helping young people make use of their strengths and build further developmental assets by engaging in meaningful activities in their schools and communities. It uses the principals of youth engagement, which acknowledge young people as a resource to their community, have a stake in its well being, and can be a part of the solution to social problems that affect them.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Michelle Moran; East Metro Youth Services; 416-438-9419 ext 255; rise@emys.on.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12s school staff, students, parents, school administrators, peers, school community
      • Costing Information: RISE model pricing is negotiated individually with the schools or community agencies depending on school need and experience of staff to the program.
        RISE Resources: 400 page RISE Facilitator's manual and 25 RISE guides for youth (PDF format) – $500
        RISE Facilitator training – $750 per day (for up to 6 people)
        RISE consultation: $85.00 per hour
        RISE site Licence: $1000.00
      • Website: www.riseaboveviolence.com

    Roots of Empathy

    • Roots of Empathy (ROE) is an evidence-based classroom program designed to reduce levels of aggression and violence among schoolchildren while raising social/emotional competence and increasing empathy. All students are positively engaged instead of targeting bullies or aggressive children. The program is delivered by certified ROE instructors. The specialized curriculum, available in English and French, is developmentally appropriate for each of four age ranges (Kindergarten, Grades 1–3, 4–6 and 7-8). The ROE curriculum has been correlated with the Ontario elementary school curriculum. The program fosters the development of safe and caring schools.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)

    Safe School Ambassadors

    • The Safe School Ambassadors Program trains student "ambassadors" (Grades 4-12) who intervene with their peers to prevent and stop acts of cruelty and reduce tension. The program takes a broad view of bullying. It engages the socially influential "opinion leaders" from a school's diverse groups and cliques and equips them with non-violent communication and intervention skills to use with their peers. The training and ongoing group meetings empower the students to use the skills at the time of an incident to prevent or stop it. Materials are provided for elementary, middle and secondary grade levels and include videos and training exercises.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
      • Contact: Sally Ember, Ed.D., Outreach Coordinator, 707-823-6159 (tel.), 707-823-3373 (fax), sallyember@community-matters.org
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-12
      • Website: www.safeschoolambassadors.org
      • Costing Information: Initial training for one school (2 days; 30-40 students and 6-8 adults): $4,400. Travel expenses for trainer not included in price.

    Safe School Unit Plans (Elementary)

    • This resource is a comprehensive document intended for teachers. It contains integrated unit and lesson plans for every elementary and secondary grade which address bullying prevention and safe schools. The plans incorporate the learning skills and attitudes that promote bullying prevention and healthy relationships into the Ontario curriculum, and should be used as a guide for ideas and strategies on how to address bullying prevention in the classroom. The units and lessons should be viewed as a framework or starting point from which to develop more detailed lessons that are adapted and suited to a particular class.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 24 KB)
      • Contact: Ray Hughes, University of Western Ontario, The Fourth R, 100 Collip Circle Suite 100, London, Ontario, N6G 4X8, 519-858-5144, r.hughes@tvdsb.on.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: All Elementary Grades
      • Costing Information: Free download from The Fourth R website www.thefourthr.ca
        Or $50.00 + tax and shipping for hard copy.

    Safe School Unit Plans (Secondary)

    • This resource is a comprehensive document intended for teachers. It contains integrated unit and lesson plans for every elementary and secondary grade which address bullying prevention and safe schools. The plans incorporate the learning skills and attitudes that promote bullying prevention and healthy relationships into the Ontario curriculum, and should be used as a guide for ideas and strategies on how to address bullying prevention in the classroom. The units and lessons should be viewed as a framework or starting point from which to develop more detailed lessons that are adapted and suited to a particular class.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 24 KB)
      • Contact: Ray Hughes, University of Western Ontario, The Fourth R, 100 Collip Circle Suite 100, London, Ontario, N6G 4X8, 519-858-5144, r.hughes@tvdsb.on.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: All Secondary Grades
      • Costing Information: Free download from The Fourth R website www.thefourthr.ca
        Or $50.00 + tax and shipping for hard copy.

    Saidat Music, Movement and Motivation

    • Saidat's program Music, Movement and Motivation was created to help empower students, teaching them about their inner strength to withstand any problems that come their way. Her program also inspires students to be the ONE person that can affect change in their home, school and world around them; through original songs, fun dance moves and high energy interaction with the audience.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
      • Contact: Saidat Music, Movement and Motivation, Saidat Vandenberg, 519-280-9015, saidat@saidat.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.saidat.ca
      • Costing Information: 2 shows (same day) $800 + HST
        1 show – $600 + HST
        Full day package (2 shows, 3 hip hop workshops) – $950 including travel costs
        "The Life Box Curriculum" DVD – $200 + HST – includes shipping and handling

    The Secrets of Self Confidence – An Anti-Bullying Magic Show

    • "The Secrets of Self Confidence" is an interactive magic show that delivers an inspiring message about understanding and overcoming bullying. Husband and wife team Brent and Sarah Nicholls (better known as IncrediBrent and Super Sarah) demonstrate the power of healthy self confidence throughout this 60 minute presentation by engaging students with magic and sharing personal stories of times that they were bullied and how they overcame it. Magic is the tool used to capture student's attention, but it also acts as a great reminder that anything is possible when you believe in yourself. Something students often forget when bullied.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
      • Contact: The Magic & Comedy of IncrediBrent, 408-50 Graydon Hall Drive, Toronto, ON M3A 3A3, Brent Nicholls, (647) 453-3278; brent@incredibrent.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-8
      • Website: www.incredibrentandsupersarah.com/anti-bullying-magic-show.html
      • Costing Information: Audience: 1 Show = $725 + HST
        2 Shows = $1,025 + HST
        3 Shows = $1,250 + HST
        Significant Discounts are available for block bookings when two or more schools in a school board book on back to back days or on the same day. Travel charges may apply, but can also be waived for block bookings. Please contact vender for more details.

    See Me

    • See Me is a book that touches on the negative effects of teasing as well as reinforcing positive messages of hope, respect and encouragement. It aims to give children a feeling of being able to accomplish tasks whatever the challenge. The main character in the book, Henry, lives by the motto "keep trying". Although some children may have challenges, whether it be in learning (special needs), playing a sport or just fitting in, they need to know that they are special. This book allows readers to see beyond what Henry cannot do and see him for what he can do.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Tuija Rhealt, 705-268-4112, see.me.henry@hotmail.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Primary and Junior Students
      • Costing Information: Cost of book is $11.00. Book may be purchased through the author either by phone or by e-mail.

    Shadowbox Learning

    • LearnKey's eLearning tool is designed to help teach the critical lessons surrounding bullying and take steps towards dealing with this issue. The bully, victim, bystander, educator, administrator and the community all have a role to play in building a positive culture. This series demonstrates an understanding of the underlying issues, and works to improve the character skills development of all stakeholders. Titles include: "Bullying: You don't have to take it anymore"; "Conflicts, Communications and Relationships"; "Emotional Self-Control: Do You Have It?"; "Expressing Anger: Healthy vs. Unhealthy"; "Hurting With Words"; "No Excuses: Sexual Harassment"; "Stressed Out: Stress Management 101" and; "Violence in Our Schools: Over the Edge". Students will learn about bullying and the devastating effects that can result in this behaviour. There will be an increased awareness of the issues around conflict and communication. Students will also gain an enhanced capability to handle bullying situations in the classrooms and the school. Educators will gain an enriched understanding of core concepts to help plan effective curriculum as well as insight into changing emotions and developing positive behaviour. They will also be provided with important tools for managing stress and dealing with anger.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca, 705-325-6885 ext. 23 or 1-888-808-7919; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc., PO Box 2237, 14 Matchadash St. N., Orillia, Ontario, L3V 4T5
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Junior, Intermediate and Secondary students
      • Costing Information: Average price range is from $1,850.00 to $3,450.00 per school family (based on five to eight schools). There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery which are based on school family or aboard access. Our advisor will consult with you to help determine your needs.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Shadowbox Learning – Bullying – You Don't Have to Take it Anymore

    • LearnKey's interactive video-based series is designed to help teach critical lessons around bullying. Courses are designed as learning resources within Suspension and Expulsion programs, Intervention, Progressive Discipline, Prevention programs, Student Success, Health curriculum, and Leadership and Staff development. Courses, administration and tracking are delivered in a web-based format. This series reviews underlying issues, and works to improve character skills development.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 28 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, Director of Operations; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc.; PO Box 2237 Orillia, ON L3V 6S1 Canada; 705-325-6885 or 888-808-7919 ext 23; wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 4-12 and parent/teacher tool
      • Costing Information: There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery that meet the needs of each school board. An advisor determines needs or provides references to current projects underway.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Shadowbox Learning – Conflict, Communication, Relationships

    • LearnKey's interactive video-based series is designed to help teach critical lessons around conflict resolution and relationship building. Courses are designed as learning resources within Suspension and Expulsion programs, Intervention, Progressive Discipline, Prevention programs, Student Success, Health curriculum, and Leadership and Staff development. Courses, administration and tracking are delivered in a web-based format. This series reviews underlying issues, and works to improve character skills development. Situational content includes: conflict, communication, and relationships.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, Director of Operations; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc.; PO Box 2237 Orillia, ON L3V 6S1 Canada; 705-325-6885 or 888-808-7919 ext 23; wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 4-12 and parent/teacher tool
      • Costing Information: There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery that meet the needs of each school board. An advisor determines needs or provides references to current projects underway.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Shadowbox Learning – Emotional Self Control – Do You Have It?

    • LearnKey's interactive video-based series is designed to help teach critical lessons around emotional self-control. Courses are designed as learning resources within Suspension and Expulsion programs, Intervention, Progressive Discipline, Prevention programs, Student Success, Health curriculum, and Leadership and Staff development. Courses, administration and tracking are delivered in a web-based format. This series reviews underlying issues, and works to improve character skills development.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 28 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, Director of Operations; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc.; PO Box 2237 Orillia, ON L3V 6S1 Canada; 705-325-6885 or 888-808-7919 ext 23; wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 4-12 and parent/teacher tool
      • Costing Information: There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery that meet the needs of each school board. An advisor determines needs or provides references to current projects underway.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Shadowbox Learning – Expressing Anger – Healthy vs. Unhealthy

    • LearnKey's interactive video-based series is designed to help teach critical lessons around expressing anger. Courses are designed as learning resources within Suspension and Expulsion programs, Intervention, Progressive Discipline, Prevention programs, Student Success, Health curriculum, and Leadership and Staff development. Courses, administration and tracking are delivered in a web-based format. This series reviews underlying issues, and works to improve character skills development. Situational content includes: expressing anger in a healthy vs. unhealthy manner.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 28 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, Director of Operations; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc.; PO Box 2237 Orillia, ON L3V 6S1 Canada; 705-325-6885 or 888-808-7919 ext 23; wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 4-12 and parent/teacher tool
      • Costing Information: There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery that meet the needs of each school board. An advisor determines needs or provides references to current projects underway.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Shadowbox Learning – Hurting with Words

    • LearnKey's interactive video-based series is designed to help teach critical lessons around using words in a hurtful manner. Courses are designed as learning resources within Suspension and Expulsion programs, Intervention, Progressive Discipline, Prevention programs, Student Success, Health curriculum, and Leadership and Staff development. Courses, administration and tracking are delivered in a web-based format. This series reviews underlying issues, and works to improve character skills development.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 28 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, Director of Operations; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc.; PO Box 2237 Orillia, ON L3V 6S1 Canada; 705-325-6885 or 888-808-7919 ext 23; wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 4-12 and parent/teacher tool
      • Costing Information: There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery that meet the needs of each school board. An advisor determines needs or provides references to current projects underway.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Shadowbox Learning – No Excuses: Sexual Harassment

    • LearnKey's interactive video-based series is designed to help teach critical lessons around sexual harassment. Courses are designed as learning resources within Suspension and Expulsion programs, Intervention, Progressive Discipline, Prevention programs, Student Success, Health curriculum, and Leadership and Staff development. Courses, administration and tracking are delivered in a web-based format. This series reviews underlying issues, and works to improve character skills development.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 28 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, Director of Operations; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc.; PO Box 2237 Orillia, ON L3V 6S1 Canada; 705-325-6885 or 888-808-7919 ext 23; wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 4-12 and parent/teacher tool
      • Costing Information: There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery that meet the needs of each school board. An advisor determines needs or provides references to current projects underway.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Shadowbox Learning – Stressed Out – Stress Management

    • LearnKey's interactive video-based series is designed to help teach critical lessons around stress management. Courses are designed as learning resources within Suspension and Expulsion programs, Intervention, Progressive Discipline, Prevention programs, Student Success, Health curriculum, and Leadership and Staff development. Courses, administration and tracking are delivered in a web-based format. This series reviews underlying issues, and works to improve character skills development.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, Director of Operations; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc.; PO Box 2237 Orillia, ON L3V 6S1 Canada; 705-325-6885 or 888-808-7919 ext 23; wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 4-12 and parent/teacher tool
      • Costing Information: There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery that meet the needs of each school board. An advisor determines needs or provides references to current projects underway.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Shadowbox Learning – Violence in our Schools: Over the Edge

    • LearnKey's interactive video-based series is designed to help teach critical lessons around violence prevention in schools. Courses are designed as learning resources within Suspension and Expulsion programs, Intervention, Progressive Discipline, Prevention programs, Student Success, Health curriculum, and Leadership and Staff development. Courses, administration and tracking are delivered in a web-based format. This series reviews underlying issues, and works to improve character skills development.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 28 KB)
      • Contact: Will McGarvey, Director of Operations; Shadowbox Learning Services Inc.; PO Box 2237 Orillia, ON L3V 6S1 Canada; 705-325-6885 or 888-808-7919 ext 23; wmcgarvey@shadowbox.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Parent/teacher tool
      • Costing Information: There are a number of lease-based options for online delivery that meet the needs of each school board. An advisor determines needs or provides references to current projects underway.
      • Website: www.shadowbox.ca

    Showdown

    • Showdown is an interactive bullying prevention play. In a Mixed Company Theatre Production, the audience is engaged directly in creating solutions to the issues at hand. By placing students in the middle of the action and allowing them to create a positive alternative ending to the presentation, the show itself becomes a rehearsal for reality; empowering audience members and preparing them to deal with similar issues in their own lives in a confident, constructive way. Showdown aims to help students recognize the different forms bullying can take, explores the motivations behind bullying behaviour, and asks students, "What would you do?"
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Mixed Company Theatre, 157 Carlton Street, Suite 201, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 2K3, info@mixedcompanytheater.com, 416-515-8080
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Intermediate and Secondary Students
      • Costing Information: Productions range from $755-$955 per performance (taxes included). Includes 4-5 professional facilitators depending on presentation. *40% discount on second performance if booked on the same day and in the same location.

    The Shape of a Girl

    • The Shape of a Girl is a powerful theatre performance. It is a one act, one-person show, directed by Rod Carley and performed by Kathryn Boyd. Running Time is approximately 70 minutes. The play, by Governor General Award-winning-playwright Joan MacLeod, examines the complicated world of 15 year old Braidie. Compelled by a local news story, Braidie struggles to understand the torture and killing of a teenage girl by another group of teenage girls and one boy. However, Braidie soon finds herself questioning whether she and her own friends are really that different from the girls making the headlines. The play is loosely based on the real-life events that surrounded the death of a 14 year old girl in Victoria. The play brings attention to everyone's role in the issue of bullying, from the bully and the bystanders, to educators and parents. Curriculum connections include: Equity (bullying), Social Studies (relationships and responsibilities), Drama (Monologues, Canadian Playwrights), Language Arts (Plays, Poetry, Media Literacy). Issues addressed in the play include: Relationships and Friendships, Bullying, Ethics, Speaking Up, Violence and Aggression, Peer Pressure, Popularity, Abuse, Adolescence, Responsibility.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Kathryn Boyd, 613-868-4881, Kathyboyd74@hotmail.com, P.O. Box 1436, Haliburton, Ontario, K0M 1S0
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Intermediate and Secondary students
      • Costing Information: Contact Kathryn at 613-868-4881.

    SMARTteam: Managing Anger and Resolving Conflict

    • SMARTteam: Managing Anger and Resolving Conflicts is a multimedia program designed for universal prevention with students aged 10-14. Students use the software independently, alone or in pairs. Activities can be used in a whole-class environment using a computer and an LCD projector. The content of SMARTteam integrates with other violence prevention curricula a school may implement.

      SMARTteam is designed to increase:
      • Use of non-violent, conflict resolution strategies
      • Knowledge of what triggers personal anger
      • Confidence in and intention to use non-violent strategies
      • Acts of pro-social behaviour

      SMARTteam is also designed to decrease incidents of violent behaviour.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Brad Oltrogge, Learning Multi-Systems, Inc., 1402 Greenway Cross, Madison, WI 53713, USA, 608-273-8060, oltrogge@LMSsite.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-6 and 7-8
      • Website: www.LMSsite.com
      • Costing Information: School Site License is $990.00 US; plus 5% shipping; the license permits the installation and use of SMARTteam on as many computers as desired in one school. The print-based support materials are delivered as PDFs on the CDs. The license allows schools to make as many copies of the print-based material as desired for the licensed school. Macintosh and Windows compatible.

    SMARTteam: Students Managing Anger & Resolution Together

    • SMARTteam is a multimedia software program designed for universal bullying prevention with students aged 10-15. Its primary setting of use is in schools with students using the software independently, either alone or in pairs. It is also used with groups, using a large screen projection. The CDs include the following modules: Managing Anger CD: What's Anger, Triggers and Fuses, Anger Busters, Channel Surfing'; Resolving Conflicts CD: Talking It Out, Teen Talk, Celebrity Interviews, What's on THEIR Minds.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 24 KB)
      • Contact: Brad Oltrogge, 608-273-8060, oltrogge@LMSsite.com, Learning Multi-Systems, Inc., 1402 Greenway Cross, Madison, Wisconsin 53713
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-8
      • Costing Information: Single CD Sets- $290; Network/Site License: $1,490
        Print support materials are delivered on the CDs in a PDF format and may be reproduced for use with all students at the licensed site.

    Social Justice Begins With Me

    • The children's literature that forms the basis for Social Justice Begins With Me provides an ideal entry point for developing inclusive classrooms. The resource also promotes the teaching of critical thinking and advocacy skills. As well, it allows students to see themselves and their stories reflected in the curriculum. Five separate documents make up the kit: one each for Primary, Junior and Intermediate grades; a Teacher Resource Guide, and a copy of the ETFO resource, More Than a Play. The lessons for each division are organized into ten monthly themes that are linked to the Ontario curriculum expectations. The inclusion of More Than a Play helps accomplish the goal of depicting the diverse realities of Ontario students.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 45 KB)
      • Contact: Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario, 480 University Ave Suite 1000, Toronto, ON M5G 1V2
        Adam Peer, 416-962-3836/1-888-838-3836 ext. 2239, apeer@etfo.org
      • Audience recommended by the provider: K-8
      • Website: www.etfo.ca
      • Costing Information: $45 CD, $65 suitcase

    Stand Up Against Bullying

    • Stand Up Against Bullying is a live presentation dealing with cyber bullying and instant messaging, diversity and tolerance, empowering bystanders and the importance of being your own person. Student role-play, videos and music are integrated into all programs.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
      • Contact: Bruce Langford, 519-269-9837, bruce@standupnow.ca, 'Stand Up Now' Productions, 2373 Mossley Drive, Mossley, ON N0L 1V0
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8, parents
      • Costing Information: Show Prices: $650 for 2 assemblies, $825 for 3 assemblies (plus GST, include teacher package for each division); Resource Prices: $45 for 1 booklet and c.d. $25 for booklet only.

    Stand Up! Leadership Program

    • Stand Up! is a leadership program designed to educate students on the issues of bullying and equity, and empower them with the leadership skills required to build and promote a positive and inclusive school climate. The program will create accountability amongst students and schools to develop a safe and supportive culture which is both lasting and sustainable, and will help to raise awareness and lower the risk and frequency of bullying in schools. Over the course of three day-long workshops, students will be equipped with tangible skills which allow them to better support positive cultural change in their school.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
      • Contact: Me to We; 225 Carlton St. Toronto ON M5A 2L2; Janice Sousa; 416-964-8942 ext 502; janice@metowe.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grade 7-12
      • Website: www.metowe.com/leadership
      • Costing Information: $1000 per facilitator, per workshop

    Stand Up! Speak Out!

    • Stand Up! Speak Out! contains a four DVD box set, each with six short, scenario-based episodes for use in Grades 6-8 classrooms to reduce rumours and incidents of bullying and harassment, increase student empathy and respect for others and help develop positive behaviour. The program includes the following modules: coping with cliques, handling gossip and rumours; harassment; strategies for prevention and solving conflicts. The Curriculum Kit also includes student worksheets, assessment booklets, role play cards, family booklets and bulletin board materials.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: John Van Iperen, 905-563-8953 or 1-800-665-2461 jvaniperen@premier.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 5-8
      • Website: http://premier.ca/
      • Costing Information: $825 per Kit or purchase any two Kits for $1,295

    Stand up For Respect

    • Stand up For Respect is a live presentation dealing with cyber bullying and instant messaging, diversity and tolerance, empowering bystanders and the importance of being your own person. Student role-play, videos and music are integrated into all programs.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 24 KB)
      • Contact: Bruce Langford, 519-269-9837, bruce@standupnow.ca, 'Stand Up Now' Productions, 2373 Mossley Drive, Mossley, ON N0L 1V0
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8, parents
      • Costing Information: Show Prices: $650 for 2 assemblies; $825 for 3 assemblies (plus GST, include teacher package for each division); Resource Prices: $45 for 1 booklet and c.d. $25 for booklet only.

    Stand Up to Bullying!

    • Quick Series Publishing has published 2 Guides on Bullying Prevention. This guide is meant for students 11 years old and above. Quick Series Publishing can customize any guide to regionalize it and change content if required.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
      • Contact: Quick Series Publishing; 1855 St-Régis; Dollard des Ormeaux, QC H9B 2M9; Chris Devereaux 514-685-7776 x268; Chris.devereaux@quickseries.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grade 4-12; Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.quickseries.com
      • Costing Information: Range based on quantity required, between $3.50 – $6.00 per guide.

    Staying Safe in a Wired World

    • Rob Nickel, a 14 year veteran of the OPP has put his knowledge of the Internet Crimes to use in this information-packed book that will help parents, teachers and students stay safe in a wired world. After working 7 years online undercover dealing with predators who try to harm children, Rob took his experiences and put together an Internet safety book. He uses investigations from his past to help teach the dangers that are lurking online and give tools the public needs to stay buckled up on the Information Highway. This book covers most of the applications used on the Internet by children and gives instructions on how to help keep children safe while in cyberspace.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 33 KB)
      • Contact: Rob Nickel, 6-250 Dundas St. South, Cambridge, Ontario, N1R 8A8, 519-654-0002 ext 1, rob@cyber-safety.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-10. 11-12, Teacher/parent tool
      • Website: www.cyber-safety.com
      • Costing Information: Book Cost (Depending on volume)
        1 to 100 – $14.99/book
        Over 100 – $9.99/book
        Over 1000 – $6.66/book
        Over 10, 0000 – $5.00/book

    Steps to Respect

    • Steps to Respect promotes a whole-school approach to bullying by addressing factors at the school, staff, peer-group, individual child, and family levels. The program includes two components: a school-wide Implementation Support Kit and Classroom Curriculum Kits. The Support Kit includes everything you need to assess your school's bullying problem, develop a plan, draft policies, create a respectful school climate, train staff and assess the program post-implementation. The Curriculum Kits contain teacher taught skill lessons that focus on recognizing, refusing, and reporting bullying; being a responsible bystander; and making and keeping friends.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
      • Contact: Callie Rivas, crivas@cfchildren.org, 1-888-634 4449 ext. 6510
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 3-5 and 4-6
      • Website: www.cfchildren.org
      • Costing Information: Approximate cost: $699 (US) per kit plus 10% shipping charge to Canada

    Sticks And Stones May Break My Bones

    • Sticks And Stones May Break My Bones is a 55 minute humour/fun-filled fast-paced interactive in-school program and presentation that provides each student with a framework of strength to stand up to bullies by establishing their own personal identity and confidence each day. Sticks And Stones May Break My Bones addresses Character Education. During the program students will play with words and examine how words can be used to hurt or to heal. Many course participants have learned how the body and mind respond to words. They learn the power of words and how to use them to change their frame of mind daily. The session leaves both the students and teachers with a tool that can be used immediately. At the end of the presentation students will realize their own self talk, learn to look at a negative put down in a different way, become more effective in communications at home and school, and how to move from victim to victor.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 36 KB)
      • Contact: Jennifer Adamson or Janet Donovan; info@sticksandstonesmaybreakmybones.com; or janetbdonovan@gmail.com; 905-626-0755 or 647-274-4959; Comm-Unity Group 73 Hewitt Cres. Ajax, Ontario, L1S 7B4
      • Audience recommended by the provider: All Grades, parents and teachers
      • Costing Information: 55 Minute in-school presentation (~200 students) $5.00/student $1,000.00
        2 hr Ambassador Training (12-15 students) $600.00
        2 hr Professional Day Training (20-30 teachers) $600.00
        Please speak to provider about package deals.

    Stop A Bully

    • Stop A Bully provides an anonymous method for students and parents to report serious incidents of bullying to school administration without becoming a target themselves. This service has also introduced support letters for bullying victims giving them online support from the general public.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 39 KB)
      • Contact: Trevor Knowlton, British Columbia, email: report@stopabully.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.stopabully.ca
      • Costing Information: Program is free for any student or school in Canada to use if they need to submit a Bully Report. Schools may also join the program for complete online services as well as school materials to help promote the program to the students (membership fees start at $150).

    Stop Bullying!

    • Stop Bullying! contains a 4-DVD box set each with six short scenario-based documentary-style episodes for use in the classroom. It is intended to break the cycle of bully/target/bystander behaviour and help students learn assertiveness skills and strategies for dealing with bullying and harassment. The program contains the following modules: teasing; harassment; bullying and gossip; and resolving conflict. The curriculum kit also includes student worksheets, assessment booklets, role play cards, family booklets and bulletin board materials.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)

    Stop Bullying Today

    • Stop Bullying Today is a full service anti-bullying charity. The program "TRACK" is designed to teach respect and character keys to youth starting at the early ages of schooling. Youth are encouraged to "finish the race" and "keep on track" through this extensive program which includes curriculum. The program is designed to empower teachers with the tools to help students develop respect for themselves and others. This program also involves as "Tracker Team" with educators and students working in relationship to have a safe reporting system and consistent consequence method. The "Reach For The Stars" school presentation is a high impacting multi-media presentation and workshop for one hour that takes an in-depth look at the root causes of bullying and teaches the STOP Bullying Today prevention method.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: Sherrie Marshall- 519-752-5488, smarshall@stopbullyingtoday.com, Stop Bullying Today, P.O. Box # 25010, West Brantford, P.O. Brantford, ON N3T 6K5
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades JK-7
      • Costing Information: Cost: $800 for TRACK c.d. only; $950 for TRACK c.d. and hardcopy; In-house facilitator cost for TRACK dependant on school needs. Reach For The Stars presentation $200.00 plus travel costs.

    Stop Bullying with Social Education Skills

    • Stop Bullying with Social Education Skills is a community-based, bullying prevention training program, delivered on site. For students, the training is delivered in classrooms, on a rotational basis and focuses on learning safe, non-violent bully-prevention plans, while also developing social education skills. The program also includes one day in-service training for all school staff (teachers, administration, bus drivers, custodians etc.) which includes bullying prevention information, a curriculum guide and a 2-year school wide, social education skills program planning chart. In addition, an evening session for parents, caregivers and community members, focuses on how parents can encourage social education skill development and bullying prevention measures at home, as well as positive parenting tips. Optional resource materials are also available.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: Susan or Mark Buchanan, Clarior Consulting Inc. R.R. #2, Bridgetown, NS, B0S 1C0, 902-665-2793, info@clariorconsulting.com
      • Website: www.clariorconsulting.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-12
      • Costing Information: Pricing for on-site training will vary depending on school location, enrolment, etc. Please contact directly for a proposal. Classroom resource materials available. Please see website for details.

    Stop Punching Judy

    • "Stop Punching Judy" is a combined scripted and improvised presentation that takes on one of the most serious issues faced in our schools and in society today – the issue of bullying. Our hope is that this production will give educators and students some of the knowledge and tools they will need to effectively tackle the issue of bullying. This presentation brings to light some of the big questions surrounding the issue of bullying. Through a dramatic representation of a specific incidence of bullying, students get to see what bullying can look like, sound like and feel like – and hopefully gain a better understanding of how bullying works and how it might be dealt with.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)

    Stop Taunting Others, Make Peace (S.T.O.M.P.)

    • Stop Taunting Others, Make Peace (S.T.O.M.P.) is an anti-bullying program developed to address anti-social behaviours of students on the playground and within the school environment. The program targets the effective level of understanding between students and helps them to articulate their feelings. Students are provided with multi-media presentations during classroom lessons and monthly school assemblies to help them distinguish between types of bullying behaviours.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 60 KB)
      • Contact: Randall Sasso Principal of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Elementary School, 519-723-4403, randall_sasso@wecdsb.on.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8
      • Costing Information: $2,500

    Stop the Bullying

    • Stop the Bullying focuses on the role of the bystander and helping these students become part of the solution around bullying and violence. There are one-day, two-day and four-day workshops. Schools receive printed materials including a Backgrounder on Bullying, Teacher Professional Development Guide and hand-outs for each student during the workshops as well as rubrics and student evaluation forms. Respect yourself; respect others is the theme of all workshops. Following the workshops, students present self-directed sketches that describe how to successfully handle various real-life situations.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 23 KB)
      • Contact: Jody Bishop, 416-994-7275, jbishop@rogers.com, Fearless Learning Canada, 1271 Walden Circle, Suite 101, Mississauga, ON L5J 4R4
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 4-12
      • Costing Information: $7-$10 per student workshop depending upon the number of students.

    TEEN DEFENDER

    • TEEN DEFENDER focuses on: instructing teens in effective means of conflict resolution, violence avoidance, bully proofing, sexual harassment and self-defence; encouraging teens to be more active with play, sports or instructed activities and to understand the basics of good food choices; informing teens of the risks associated with some current lifestyle choices and of the options that they have and the kinds of choices that they will need to make in order for them to succeed in life.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 23 KB)
      • Contact: Richard Verlann, 416-256-7463, The York Academy of Martial Arts, 2081 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON M6E 3R3, info@yorkama.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 9-12
      • Costing Information: $3-$5 per student/day of the course with a minimum fee for the course set at $100 per course/day.

    Too Good for Violence Curriculum (TGFV)

    • Too Good for Violence Curriculum (TGFV) provides opportunities to practice peacemaking and bullying prevention skills including: Bonding- creating a sense of belonging, participating and receiving positive recognition from peers and adults; Norms- promoting healthy beliefs and clear, positive standards; Skills- enhancing skills for coping with anger and frustration, getting along with others, communicating positively and negotiating conflict successfully.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 34 KB)
      • Contact: Christianne Powell- Director of Training, 813-251-3600, cpowell@mendezfoundation.org, Mendez Foundation, 601 S. Magnolia Ave., Tampa, FL. 33606
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-8
      • Costing Information: Kindergarten- $125; Grade 1- $130; Grade 2- $125; Grade 3- $130; Grade 4-8- $100; High School- $750.

    Tools For Life: A Relationship Problem-Solving Program

    • Tools For Life is an interactive program for children four to ten years of age for use in schools, the community, recreational organizations or at home. The teacher's kit includes a curriculum which is based on the experience of delivering the program to 42,224 children and linked to the Ministry curriculum, plus age, gender, culture and language appropriate resources.

      In schools, the program:
      • supports the creation of a courteous, kind, just and respectful culture;
      • forms the foundation for character development, conflict resolution, peacemaking and bullying prevention; and
      • helps teachers save time in classroom management.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Monica Collins; kidsLINK (formerly known as Notre Dame of St. Agatha); 1855 Notre Dame Drive, P.O. Box 190, St. Agatha, ON N0B 2L0; 519-746-5437 ext 108; mcollins@ndsa.on.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Primary students
      • Costing Information: The teacher's kit which includes the comprehensive, user-friendly curriculum for Grades JK – Grade 3 and age, gender, culture and language appropriate resources cost $250.00 CDN. Additional individual resources can be purchased.

    Tribes Learning Communities

    • Tribes Learning Communities (Tribes TLC®) is a research-based elementary, middle and high school program that promotes academic, social, and emotional development by creating a positive and safe learning climate for the classroom and school community. The Tribes group development process focuses on resiliency and stages of human development. The TLC purpose is the development of the whole child – academic, social, emotional, physical and spiritual growth. Inclusive learning challenges develop self-awareness, social awareness, responsible decision-making, and self-management/relationship skills, all of which are critical components in reducing or eliminating bullying. Curriculum is integrated through active, engaging strategies for meaningful and collaborative learning.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
      • Contact: Ontario Tribes Learning Community Consortium, Linda Groen, Ontario Tribes Learning Consortium Coordinator; 519-641-7082; 226-927-1053; Lgroen599@gmail.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K-12, Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.tribes.com
      • Costing Information: Varies, please contact

    TV&ME: Helping children to be media and life wise

    • TV&ME is a national program from Concerned Children's Advertisers that provides tools to help children address issues of challenge as they navigate their way through their growing years. In addition to addressing substance abuse prevention, self esteem, active living and media literacy, TV&ME provides users with a comprehensive bullying program that wraps around the trilogy of television messages on bullying produced by CCA. Aligned to provincial curriculum expectations, TV&ME's bilingual, research-based lesson plans are supported by a parallel parent/community program providing tips, tools and strategies to help children be media and life wise, and a comprehensive web site at www.cca-kids.ca.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 62 KB)
      • Contact: Miranda Hill, mhill@cca-kids.ca, 416-484-0871 ext. 5
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8
      • Website: www.cca-kids.ca
      • Costing Information: The TV&ME program is provided free to educators, parents and community organizations working with children.

    Victory of the 3 V's (Violence, Victimization, Vandalism)

    • Victory over the 3 V's is a curriculum unit that provides children with the skills needed to keep safe, respect property and to deal successfully with feelings of violence and race. The program is designed to assist the educators in offering the children an opportunity to begin to develop behaviour that will help them overcome any tendency towards violence, vandalism and victimization.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Andrea Marshall, 609-206-6318, info@bettermebooks.com, Better Me Books Inc., 5 Olympic Drive, Voorhees, New Jersey 08043
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades Early Elementary, children in an after school program, scout program, library programs, church programs, summer camps and any other related children's programs.
      • Costing Information: $320 (US) shipping and handling free.

    We Want You to Know: Kids Talk About Bullying

    • A collection of interviews with students on the subject of bullying. Questions for class/individual discussion. Free teacher guide available. Canadian author; based on work in Canadian schools. Hardcover and paperback available.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 35 KB)
      • Contact: Amber Goldie, Coteau Books, 2517 Victoria Ave., Regina, SK, S4P 0T2, 306-777-0174, marketing@coteaubooks.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-10; Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: http://coteaubooks.com
      • Costing Information: $14.95 from Coteau Books

    What's Okay?

    • Fairness Inc. offers a 7 lesson program called "What's Okay?" A conflict resolution program for children. The program teaches children how to handle a conflict with someone who at first isn't bullying them and then begins to bully them. In the program, bullying is not about a power imbalance, bullying is about meanness. Victims are taught that it is their choice whether to give power to the bully's "meanness" or to protect their own space and talk about something nice. The presentations and the workshops apply the principles of the program.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Fairness Inc., Mark Jagla / Jim Chapel, 214 Riverside Dr., Toronto, Ontario, M6S 4A9, 416-763-3270, info@fairnessinc.com
      • Website: www.fairnessinc.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8
      • Costing Information: $40 per copy + shipping outside the GTA, presentations for children, $300 + travel outside the GTA ($500 + travel outside the GTA for 2) workshop for adults, $300 + travel outside the GTA ($500 + travel outside the GTA for 2).

    Where's Your Line? Preventing Peer Sexual Victimization

    • Where's Your Line? Preventing Peer Sexual Victimization is a resource with the primary purpose of directly benefiting girls aged 12-15 years who have been, or are currently the victims of sexual assault. The project aims to fill the service / support gap for those girls who are at risk of continual victimization due to a lack of positive role models and support from their families or communities.

      This program includes a DVD, facilitator guide and class set (25) of brochures, designed to assist students to self identify, use wise and safe strategies to report and get the necessary support or services they need to leave unhealthy and potentially dangerous relationships or situations, as well as avoid future victimization.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 40 KB)
      • Contact: Pauline Auty and Colleen Murdoch, The Canadian Safe Schools Network, 111 Peter Street, Suite 608, Toronto, ON M5V 2H1; (416) 977-1050; email: info@canadiansafeschools.com
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 7-10; Teacher/Parent Tool
      • Website: www.canadiansafeschools.com
      • Costing Information: $120

    WITS Programs

    • The WITS Programs bring together schools, families and communities to help elementary school children deal with bullying and peer victimization. WITS has two components: the WITS Primary Program for students in Kindergarten to Grade 3 and the WITS LEADS Program for Grades 4 to 6.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 34 KB)
      • Contact: Caroline Teske; Queen's University, 98 Barrie Street, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6; Toll-free: 1-855-858-8766; email: wits@uvic.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades K to 6
      • Website: www.witsprogram.ca
      • Costing Information: All the materials found at witsprogram.ca are free. The WITS Training is free.

    Yoga Ed Tools for Teachers

    • Yoga Ed Tools for Teachers combines fundamental yoga techniques such as conscious breathing, basic yoga poses, kinesthetic play and visualization into simple 5-15 minute classroom-friendly techniques and sequences that anyone can do. Yoga Ed Tools for Teachers help teachers create a more focused, disciplined, harmonious environment and support students in feeling ready and able to learn.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 23 KB)
      • Contact: Julie Sorichetti, 705-741-4504, jsorichetti@cogeco.ca; Yoga Ed, 633 Gilmour Street, Peterborough, ON K9J 4V2
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades 1-8
      • Costing Information: 2-hour in-school instruction- $350; ½ day in-school (4 hours)- $500; Full day in-school- $690.

    YouthSpeak Performance Charity

    • YouthSpeak provides interactive facilitator-led assembly presentations with youth speakers who share their personal stories with bullying and related issues. The impact the youth speakers have on an audience is deeply moving because they are real and very relatable. The students increase their awareness of the impact of bullying and are encouraged to make positive choices about asking for help and standing up for someone who may need help. The youth speakers share a message of respect and self-acceptance and they give hope to any students who may be experiencing bullying in their own lives.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 45 KB)
      • Contact: YouthSpeak Performance Charity, 664 Queen Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 2J3
        Una Wright, 905-967-0604, una@youthspeak.ca
      • Audience recommended by the provider: 7-12
      • Website: www.youthspeak.com
      • Costing Information: High school assembly – $700/$1,000 – two booked
        Larger elementary (over 120) – $500
        Small elementary (under 120) – $350

    ZT Bully Pack

    • ZT Bully Pack: The "Zero Tolerance to Bullying Pack" helps schools to implement strategies that reflect a zero-tolerance approach to bullying. This resource provides schools with guidelines to help eliminate all forms of bullying from within the grounds and the local community. Examples of content include how to deal with phone-text bullying without banning mobile phones from your school; student guidelines on how to deal with and safely report bullying; how to eliminate the gang-mentality within your school community; resources to help catch the "texting" bullies including Excel sheets, reporting, permission cards and more. Full details and download option can be found on our website.
    • Registry Classification Checklist for this program (PDF, 32 KB)
      • Contact: Stuart MacMillan; CEPNZ; PO Box 20-616, Glen Eden, Waitakere 0641; 0064+9+8130119; info@cepnz.co.nz
      • Audience recommended by the provider: Grades: 1-12
      • Costing Information: These costs are the costs per school. The resources may not be copied and given to other schools. The purchasing school has the rights to copy all the material and use, without limitation, within their own school and connecting community.
        Cost per CD-ROM (including postage) = NZ$59.00 ($43.30 CDN)
        Cost by automatic download through payment by credit card = NZ$12.50 ($9.20 CDN)
      • Website: http://www.cepnz.co.nz/bully.html