Cyberbullying. Just no.

S.P.E.C.I.A.L.

Cyberbullying. It's unacceptable.

Cyberbullying the the harassment of anyone online.

Examples. Cyberbullying.

  • Calling each other names on the Internet
  • Spreading Libel, a.k.a, lying about someone in a negative fashion.
  • Assaulting one inside video games, including making the the not fun or unplayable.

Cyberbullying and Bullying Differences

  • Bullying is physical, cyberbullying is not.
  • Cyberbullying is over the Internet, bullying is not.
  • Bullying is verbal, cyberbullying is over the Internet.

How Cyberbullying Effects Us

  • Use of Alcohol and Drugs
  • Be Unwilling to Attend School
  • School Skipping
  • Lower Self Esteem
  • Health Problems

Awareness and Prevention of Cyberbullying

  • Parents, be aware of what your kids are doing online.

  • Kids, be cautious be careful and be wary.

  • Avoid people who mess with you.

  • Avoid unsafe websites

  • Be cautious of your physical actions.

Rule Establishment

  • Child Locks on websites and apps
  • Limited use of technology
  • Monitoring of activities online

Cyberbullying Reporting

  • Talk to school officials
  • Report mean or hurtful comments
  • Block the offenders

Report to your OSP

  • Review the terms and conditions and responsibilities sections. These determine what is or is not appropriate.
  • Block people and who can view and talk to you.

Report to the Law


When cyberbullying involves these activities it is considered a crime and should be reported to law enforcement:


  • Violent Threats
  • Stalking or hate crimes

$chool Reporting

  • Tell an adult at school
  • Inspect your school policy for bullying