Box Out Bullying is an evidence-based presentation with proven results demonstrating outstanding improvements in students’ knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors regarding bullying.
The Box Out Bullying Program showed dramatic results improving the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of 3rd through 6th graders throughout New York State, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
One month following the Box Out Bullying program, schools reported improved changes in student behavior:
Increased Student Knowledge:
Students at Cleveland Hill Elementary experienced a 27 percentage point improvement in the ability to distinguish between telling and tattling/snitching!
Pre- and post-test evaluations were administered to over a longitudinal time period (2011-2013) over 3200 elementary and middle school students in schools across Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and Montgomery County, Virginia prior to and one week following the Box Out Bullying performance. A simple random sample was generated from the surveys of students in third through fifth grade. School/Faculty response and Parent involvement were gathered from students in Lancaster County.
“It’s so helpful to have activities and lesson plans that you provide because the follow up after is really important.”
“We couldn’t have a better partner than Box Out Bullying — each season they beautifully put the spotlight on our community outreach and continue to make a positive difference in the lives of the families throughout our region.”
“To say we were extremely pleased with Box Out Bullying is an understatement.“
Excellent follow up materials. Now we have a common language that we can build from and use in our classrooms and use in our school.