Bullying Prevention Resources


This year, we are highlighting new resources designed to support teachers and paraprofessionals in providing safe classroom environments for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning) students.

Bullying is a community issue that extends beyond the school campus and is prevalent online. Share My Lesson is partnering with educators and support staff, school leaders, community and advocacy groups to recognize, prevent and combat bullying while establishing safe and welcoming schools.  Educators know the importance of building a positive school culture—a safe and supportive environment in which positive relationships are fostered. Yet we know that this does not always describe communities of learning. And often, when these essential components are not there, serious behavior issues manifest in classrooms and on school campuses.



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Teaching Resources
Information & Guidance for Teachers
Amber Chandler

I’m going to come right out and say it: Many schools don’t do enough to prevent bullying behaviors. Schools try—through assemblies, policies, positive culture, conflict resolution and swift interventions. But, inevitably, institutions fall short, and the costs are high. In my first years of teaching, I unwittingly created the perfect storm of circumstances...





Amber Chandler

If you have ever heard the term “frequent flyer” used to describe students who visit the nurse very often, that would have described me. To this day, I hate hearing people say it. If you are a “frequent flyer,” it is for a reason, maybe not the one you are giving, but you have a problem nonetheless. And, frankly, my stomach did hurt, and it still does when I think about third grade.

Mental Health Resources

It happens to every child in one form or another – anxiety. As parents, we would like to shield our children from life’s anxious moments, but navigating anxiety is an essential life skill that will serve them in the years to come. In the heat of the moment, try these simple phrases to help your children identify, accept, and work through their anxious moments.

Information & Guidance for Parents