CyberSafety

CyberBullying/Bullying Prevention

Our CyberBullying/Bullying prevention program is offered to Washtenaw County elementary, middle, and high school students and their parents. This program teaches children and youth about the effects of Cyberbullying, how to protect oneself, and what a student or adult can do in instances of CyberBullying.

Today, with all kinds of new social networking outlets popping up, it is more important than ever to educate children and youth about CyberBullying, from how to prevent it to its often, serious consequences.

For more information or to request our CyberBullying program for your school or classroom, email Nicole Hall, CyberSafety Coordinator at nicole@washtenawchildren.org or call us at (734) 434-4215

In 2016, 9045 students and 93 Peer Mentors were trained on Cyber Safety
In 2016,
297 parents and community members learned how to use the Internet safely