your community involved and prior to KY Safe Schools Week
promote it in your area; in the newspaper, on the
radio, on your school website, there is no limit!
Schools Week Proclamation.
Download a Booklet
include the online activities for Kentucky Safe
Schools Week. This handbook offers ways to use the
materials and ideas to assist you in the planning
It is a 37 page booklet which will give you an
overview of possible ways to use the resources
Don't miss a thing!
Browse through the table of contents and plan the
perfect safe schools week for yours school!
across the commonwealth in
You can make all the difference! You don't need a college
degree. You don't need to be a doctor. You don't need a
special talent to "CURE" bullying in your school
You just need to be respectful of others; like you or
different than you. Use self-control and think before you
speak or act. Everyone doesn't have to be your BFF, try to
understand their feelings and care about the people in your
school and community. Hurtful words, hitting/kicking and
isolating others can spread the dreaded "disease" of
bullying in your school. Thousands of students miss school
everyday; they fear going to school because of bullying.
Bullying is out of hand it's gone "viral!"
You can STOP the BULLYING
in your school. Join students across Kentucky and...
-Take the online PLEDGE and stop BULLYING: "BE PART OF THE CURE"
-Download Badges or Stickers to wear for your campaign
Bookmarks for your campaign to share
-Go to your local radio station and record
PSAs for Radio Spots
-Here is a link to an interactive
Website for webisodes click on "Watch This"
Kentucky Center for School Safety has Bullying Handouts
available for students, schools and communities.
Bully Myths Handout (2-Sided
Topics on this handout include: “Shattering the
Myths of Bullying”, “You Can Help”, “Who’s the
Bully… Not My Child!”, and “Why don’t kids ask for
What is a Bully? Handout (2-Sided
Topics on this handout include: “Characteristics of Bullies”, “Alarming
Stats”, “Characteristics of Victims”, and “Long-Term
Effects of Bullying”
Student Bullying Handout (2-Sided
Topics on this handout include: “What is
Are You a Bully?”, “Students: What’s with those
bullies?”, “Tell it or Spell it”, “Watch Out
Online!”, and “Students: What you can do”
Parents’ Bullying Handout (2-Sided
Flyer) – Topics on this handout include: “What is
Bullying?”, “Have they been guilty of bullying
someone else?”, “Parents: How to talk about
bullying”, “What’s with those Bullies?”, “5 Tips for
parents to prevent bullying”, and “Parents: Watch
When talking with your students use the
chart. Everyone needs to know the
difference in conflict and bullying. This chart explains the
difference in daily arguments between friends and classmates
and bullying. Review this in classrooms and place on the
wall to refer to every now and then.
Check out our Handouts
webpage for others topics needed
throughout the year.
Middle /High for use with group
BULLYING: "Be Part of the Cure"
This powerpoint explains that bullying is a
behavior not appearance and so much more.