Cyberbullying / La Cyberintimidation

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Why is cyberbullying different
from other forms of bullying?

It can spread to many people very quickly.

It can be done anonymously.

It can remain posted online for an indefinite period of time.

It can have a negative effect on the school climate, even when it originates off school property.

For more information on the Rising Above documentary or to inquire
about having students view it visit: ylccmedia.com/risingabove

Additional resources for preventing bullying in the classroom can be found at: www.tvdsb.ca

WHAT IS BULLYING?

Repeated, Persistent and Aggressive Behavior directed at an individual or individuals that is Intended to cause harm.

BULLYING IN SPORTS

If your children are dealing with bullying in sports, here are some things you can do to strengthen them and help bring an end to the situation.

CYBERBULLYING

Cyberbullying is the use of information technology to harm or harass other people in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner.

IS YOUR CHILD A BULLY?

If parents/guardians accepted that their child was displaying bullying behaviour, it could quickly be resolved.

Mandi Fields

Co-Chair

CTV London – Community Investments
Email: mandi.fields@bellmedia.ca Phone: 519-691-2883 x 383

Matthew Sereda

Co-Chair

Thames Valley District School Board – Safe Schools
Email: Matthew.Sereda@tvdsb.on.ca
Phone: 519-452-2000 ext 20048