Safe Schools & Violence Prevention

CSI is working to increase safe school and community environments through:

  • Bullying Prevention Best Practice
  • Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS)
  • Restorative Justice
  • Improved School Safety

Kids look to their parents to help guide them. You may not have all the answers, but being honest about that can go a long way. Here is a link to a guide for parents “Chatting with Kids about being On-line” www.onguardonline.gov/articles/pdf-0001.pdf

www.loveisrespect.org - Information for teens and adults about dating relationships.

This website is filled with useful information, strategies, activities and resources for anyone working with Hispanic students and families. www.colorincolorado.org

www.colorincolorado.org Ofrece informacion y consejos practicos y muy utiles sobre la crianza de los ninos.

The award-wining KidsHealth provides information for parents and children on a variety of children's health concerns, including social and emotional development. www.kidshealth.org

Visit www.thebullyproject.com for valuable information, including a guide to starting an honest, open discussion with youth.  For more information on bullying, please visit www.stopbullying.gov, a federal government website that offers resources on bullying, including recognizing, preventin, responding to and getting help for bullying.

TeenHelp provides a friendly and safe environment for everyone to work together. The website provides several different ways that you can get advice and support. www.teenhelp.org

A comprehensive resource for single parents, including practical information and support for every step of the journey. www.singleparents.about.com

Kids look to their parents to help guide them. You may not have all the answers, but being honest about that can go a long way. Here is a link to a guide for parents “Chatting with Kids about being On-line” www.onguardonline.gov/articles/pdf-0001.pdf

For information on Bullying:  Details on the movie Bully, including a guide to starting an honest, open discussion with youth, and a federal government website that offers resources on bullying, including recognizing, preventing, responding to and getting help for bullying.

CyberBulling is bullying or harassment that happens online. It can happen in an email, a text message, an online game, or comments on a social networking site. Click here for parent tips. (PDF)

Covers what parents need to know, where to go for more information, and issues to raise with kids about living their lives online. To learn more, check out Talk to Your Kids.

How Do I Know If I Am In A Healthy Relationship(PDF) En español (PDF)

No More Bullying - What Can Parents & Teachers Do? (PDF) En español (PDF)

How to Access Mental Health Services in Fond du Lac

Como Tener Acceso a los Servicios de Salud Mental en la Comunidad de Fond du Lac (PDF)

 
 
 

This video provides a picture of CSI's vision of family, school and community working together to support children as they grow.  Meeting their physical, social and emotional needs now will result in healthy adults and a safe community for everyone.