An Educational Services Department:
The Congressionally-mandated Cyber Tip Line is a means for reporting crimes against children including: Possession, manufacture, and distribution of child pornography Online enticement of children for sexual acts Child prostitution Sex Tourism Involving Children Familial Child Sexual Molestation Unsolicited Obscene Material Sent to a Child Misleading Domain Names Misleading Words or Digital Images on the Internet Reports may be made 24-hours a day, 7 days a week online at the CJUSD TipLine.
For Parents and Students
Common Sense Media -Educate and advocate for kids, families and schools.
"Do Something" Bully project -Take a survey about school bullying.
Hero in the Hallway -Videos and tips for parents and students.
Dig 4 kids Education Foundation -Bully Prevention Resources
Kids Stop Bullying -Find facts and quizzes about bullying for kids.
Stop Bullying Now -Strategies for reducing bullying and harm.
Enough is Enough -Get the discussion started.
Cyberbullying Research Center -Provides up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents.
Cyberbullying -Website for children's health and development. (Spanish)
A Thin Line -MTV speaks out (Spanish)
CyberCitizen.org -The Cybercitizen Awareness Program educates children and young adults on the danger and consequences of cyber crime. By reaching out to parents and teachers, the program is designed to establish a broad sense of responsibility and community in an effort to develop smart, ethical and socially conscious online behavior in young people.
Enough is Enough -Online Bullying and Internet Safety 101
Cyberbullying -Site is filled with links, information and resources to use in your classroom.
Kids Against Bullying -Pacer Center offers games, videos and tips