Side by Side Bullying Prevention Program
Side by Side Pledge
At Regis Jesuit we will:
Not bully others
Help students who are bullied
Include students who are left out
Talk to an adult and expect a response
RJHS is joining hundreds of schools around the country and throughout the world that are taking action to stop and prevent bullying. Side by Side promotes a positive peer culture by empowering our community to stand
“side by side.”
Side by Side is based on the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, the leading research-based program that has been shown to reduce bullying and make schools safer, happier places for students to learn and grow. Visit the Olweus Bullying Prevention website for resources and additional information.
- A Great Book for Parents
- "Hey Back Off!: Tips for Stopping Teen Harassment" by Jennine Withers is a comprehensive guide to harassment prevention, including specific strategies for parents to address issues of bullying and harassment with their teens. View more details about the book.
- Cyber Bullying Resources
- Common Sense Media has great resources for students and parents with regard to the fastest growing type of bullying: the kinds that happens on the Internet. Speaking up regarding cyber bullying has never been more important. Find out what an important role bystanders—the silent witnesses to bullying and harassment online—play and how to teach young people to stand up and stand side by side to support the victims and stop the harassment. Visit Common Sense Media.
- "Kids are Worth It" - Barbara Coloroso's website
If you have questions or suggestions regarding the Side by Side bullying prevention program, please contact Celeste Siade at email@example.com.
If you have concerns about a specific situation, student or group, please contact either the Dean's Office (BDfirstname.lastname@example.org; GDemail@example.com) or Counseling Office (BDfirstname.lastname@example.org; GDemail@example.com) in the most appropriate Division.
You may also contact Safe-2-Tell (www.safe2tell.org | 1.877.542.SAFE ) if you feel the need to maintain anonymity in reporting a situation.