Commit your School and Community to Stop Bullying

By adopting proven Bullying Prevention techniques and Anti-Bullying Strategies, teachers, staff, paraprofessionals, and parents can all become active participants in school-wide Bullying Prevention.


Parent Workshops

Bullying does not stop when students leave school grounds.  It is important that the entire school community help create a safe environment for children.  That includes parents.

The nationally acclaimed Anti-Bullying Parent Workshop is designed to give parents practical tools and useful skills to identify bullying, how to properly work with faculty members, and the importance of teaching their children about respect.

Parent Resources

  • “Parents and community members were able to walk away with so many tips.  Our entire school is now willing and able to directly address bullying behaviors at school, at home, and in our community."

    Annette Dutchess
    School Counselor
  • “It was more than a lecture. It was a powerful and direct approach towards my parents, who were able to speak out, give opinions and open up about their own experiences.”

    Tommy Zaccheo
    Parent Coordinator

Faculty Workshops

Faculty Workshops

Begin the process of preventing bullying before it begins.

Anti-Bullying training leading to more effective methods of Bullying Prevention are critical components to create a school environment conducive to learning.

By adopting proven Bullying Prevention techniques and Anti-Bullying Strategies, teachers, staff, and paraprofessionals can become active participants in school-wide Bullying Prevention.

Faculty Resources

The Box Out Bullying Program will teach:


  • How to intervene appropriately and efficiently when bullying incidents occur
  • Understanding the nature of bullying and its effects
  • Establishing a school coordination committee
  • How to gain respect of your students and establish yourself as a responsible authority figure


  • Establishing an advisory committee
  • Establishing ways faculty can check in with their students
  • Incorporating bullying prevention into the class curriculum
  • Developing a common language for simple, clear rules to help stop bullying
  • Establishing clear, positive reinforcement for good behavior
  • How to work with parents in the community to garner buy-in to your anti-bullying efforts
  • Providing your school community with a safety plan to protect students who are bullied.



Integrate bullying prevention into your school curriculum!

Using creative writing, role playing, improvisation, and proven effective anti-bullying techniques, our In-School Student Residency brings the same powerful messages introduced during the assembly presentation, but in the comfort of your students’ classroom or elective / ‘school special’ time period: gym, library, music, etc.

Students learn by seeing, listening, and doing as our two resident experts guide your students through a “group meeting.” These invaluable lessons build upon your students emotional intelligence, and include, but are not limited to:

  • Building resiliency
  • Addressing potential problems
  • Creating empathy
  • Empowering bystanders
  • And much more!


Sample Residency Program

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    “Now my students have tools that they could walk away with and use, social emotional tools, tools that would help them by preventing themselves from reacting before thinking. Mindfulness. This is very important.”

    Ricki Esteves
    Dean of Students
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    “Now we have a common language now that we can build from and use in our classrooms and use in our school.”

    Shari Sakovitz

Follow Up Materials

Even after your Box Out Bullying program is complete, we’re here to support your bullying prevention needs. 

Continuing Education Training Center

These resources and training modules will help all stakeholders continue their bullying prevention efforts in schools, on buses, at home, and beyond.

Keep Learning!

Classroom Meetings

Help your students continue the lessons learned through Box Out Bullying and build confidence expressing themselves.

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