About the Bullying Prevention & Intervention Program
The Bullying Prevention & Intervention Program offers information, strategies, and  curriculum which supports schools in shifting to a culture of care. in  an effort to address a rise in physical, emotional, verbal , cyber  bullying, students are supported in being upstanders and allies.  
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Upcoming EVENTS
  1. JAN 16, 2019
    Ally Action Part 1
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:30-6:30PM
    Educators examine and recognize the factors that contribute to school climate for students, including the dynamics of power structures amongst peers and perceptions of risk when students need support the most. Deconstruct factors that enable bullying, dismantle common missteps, and explore the actual bullying mechanisms and dynamics as supported by the facts. Register here using keyword "ally."
  2. JAN 23, 2019
    Ally Action Part 2
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:30-6:30PM
    Educators will walk through the basics of positive school community and simulate easy-to-implement modules. Attendees will be able to give students realistic experience around intervention formulation, intervention evaluation, commitment to Ally Action, and rehearsal for the real thing. It is necessary to have attended Part 1 on Jan. 16 to attend part 2. Register here using keyword "ally."
  3. MAR 14, 2019
    Ally Action Part 1
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:30-6:30PM
    Educators examine and recognize the factors that contribute to school climate for students, including the dynamics of power structures amongst peers and perceptions of risk when students need support the most. Deconstruct factors that enable bullying, dismantle common missteps, and explore the actual bullying mechanisms and dynamics as supported by the facts. Register here using keyword "ally."
  1. MAR 21, 2019
    Ally Action Part 2
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:30-6:30PM
    Educators will walk through the basics of positive school community and simulate easy-to-implement modules. Attendees will be able to give students realistic experience around intervention formulation, intervention evaluation, commitment to Ally Action, and rehearsal for the real thing. It is necessary to have attended Part 1 on March 14 to attend part 2. Register here using keyword "ally."
  2. MAY 7, 2019
    Ally Action Part 1
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:30-6:30PM
    Educators examine and recognize the factors that contribute to school climate for students, including the dynamics of power structures amongst peers and perceptions of risk when students need support the most. Deconstruct factors that enable bullying, dismantle common missteps, and explore the actual bullying mechanisms and dynamics as supported by the facts. Register here using keyword "ally."
  3. MAY 14, 2019
    Ally Action Part 2
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:30-6:30PM
    Educators will walk through the basics of positive school community and simulate easy-to-implement modules. Attendees will be able to give students realistic experience around intervention formulation, intervention evaluation, commitment to Ally Action, and rehearsal for the real thing. It is necessary to have attended Part 1 on May 7 to attend part 2. Register here using keyword "ally."
Mick Rabin
Ally Action Project Resource Teacher
"No matter what-you're NEVER alone." 

The question remains...what can we as schools and as individuals do to make that statement true?