“I want my school to be a friendly place that I can be myself without anyone telling me something like ‘Wow MY NAME you’re so stupid and weird.’” –6th grade student
Teens Against Bullying Others (TABO) started in late 2011 as a way for youth to play an active role in stopping bullying in their schools. Using the curriculum, educators can help High School-age youth increase skills and confidence in teaching and stopping bullying. Then, those High School youth teach anti-bullying lessons to Middle School youth.
- TABO Teen Leader Training– High School age youth
- 4th Grade TABO Lesson – Are You a Bully?
- 5th Grade TABO Lesson– Building a Good Self-Esteem
- 6th Grade TABO Lesson – Cyber-bullying
- TABO 7th Grade TABO Lesson – increasing social awareness
- 8th Grade TABO Lesson – strengthening skills to stop bullying
For staff training, afterschool resources, or more information about any of the above, contact:
Kelly Labar, Program Coordinator, Boys & Girls Club of the Greater Chippewa Valley-Lunda Center, 405 State Highway 54, Black River Falls, WI 54615, firstname.lastname@example.org, 715-284-4005.
Monica Lobenstein, Youth & Families Educator, Jackson County UW-Extension, 227 South 11th Street, Black River Falls, WI 54615, email@example.com, 715-284-4257 (711 – Wisconsin Relay), 715-284-2394 (fax)