Safe Schools: Where can I go to learn more?


The effects of bullying go beyond the school yard. For you as a parent, here's what to watch for, what you can do, and where you can go to get help.

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Technology has many positive uses, but there are also risks.

Find out what young people have to say about how they're using technology. Read their suggestions on how to make online communities more respectful.

Reporting & Responding

New legislation that came into effect February 1, 2010 affects how all school board employees handle incidents at school.

Read about the mandatory reporting requirements and discover what it means for parents and students.

Community Resources

  • Kids Help Phone offers counselling to students by phone and through their online counselling, information and referral services. As a result of a partnership with the Ministry of Education that began in 2005, Kids Help Phone has helped thousands of Ontario students.
  • educates students about respecting themselves and others, and how to speak up when they or their friends are being treated unfairly.