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Your first and best option is always to let responsible adults know that you are, or someone you know is, being bullied. Inform your parents, talk to your counsellor, and let your principals know. Bullies would like you to think that things will get worse if you let adults know. The truth is that the best way to resolve it is to bring it into the open and let supportive adults help find a solution.

ERASE = Expect Respect & a Safe Education

ERASE is all about building safe and caring school communities . This includes empowering students, parents, educators and the community partners who support them to get help with challenges, report concerns to schools, and learn about complex issues facing students.

Visit the ERASE site for information and resources for students and parents regarding:

  • online safety
  • mental health
  • bullying & violence
  • substance use
  • sexual orientation & gender identity

School District 62 Cyber Safety Website

  • Resource Links for Parents, Students and Teachers
  • See this site for links for information regarding online safety, cyber bullying, sexting/texting, media awareness, etc.

Visit the Mental Health and Sexual Health section of the EMCS website for an additional list of phone and online supports.