elementary school

Don’t Let Anyone Call You Stupid: A Lesson in Bullying Prevention from Michael Angelakos and P.S. 22

By | bully prevention, bullying, Center for Social and Emotional Education, elementary school, Michael Angelakos, middle school, Oscars, P.S. 22, parenting, Passion PIt, Uncategorized | No Comments

(If you saw the Oscars last night, you’ll understand why I am re-posting this story about the boy from P.S. 22 who needed a kind word and a little reinforcement from a compassionate adult. The adult who paid attention just…

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More on How Young is Too Young On Facebook: Michelle Obama Weighs In

By | cyber bullying, cyberbulling, elementary school, Facebook, Good Morning America, internet safety, Michele Obama, Michelle Obama, middle school, online safety, Uncategorized | No Comments

Why Is 10, 11 or 12 too young to be on Facebook? Isn’t it obvious? It’s not about giving our kids permission to do something that all of their “friends” are doing, it’s giving them permission to do something that…

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Secret Bullying Prevention Weapon? Friendship.

By | bullying, bullying experts, conferences, elementary school, friendship, Massachusetts bullying law, parenting, Peter Pan Center, social emotional learning, Social Smart Kids, summer camp, Uncategorized | No Comments

How to Make and Keep Friends: Tips for Kids to Overcome 50 Common Social Challenges is a new book out by Massachusetts based founder of Social Smart Kids, Nadine Briggs and director of the Peter Pan Center, Donna Shea. The…

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What’s Your Excuse for Not Having a Bullying Prevention Plan?

By | BullyBust, bullying, bullying prevention, elementary school, National School Climate Center, ONE, parenting, principals, teachers, Uncategorized, Zero | No Comments

Tangled Ball would like to clear up a few misconceptions for all elementary schools who are reluctant to step in when it comes to bullying prevention. (Prevention being the key word here — meaning taking measures so something doesn’t happen.)…

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