Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6When children are being bullied, it’s critical that parents believe them, listen to them, support them, and empower them. Be aware  Monitor your child’s Internet and phone use.  Look for these signs in your child:  suddenly more anxious, quiet, shy, insecure  refusing to go to school or a drop in grades  loss of appetite or complaints of illness  withdrawn or depressed  unexplained injuries Listen to your child Have your child explain what has happened, who was involved, how often it occurred, when, and where. Make printouts of anything that’s been sent or posted online. Listen, be supportive, and together discuss how to best handle the situation. Communicate your concerns Sharing information/documentation with school officials is the best way to stop bullying at school. Many children don’t tell their parents they are being bullied because they’re afraid, embarrassed, or worried their parents will overreact. If Your Child is a Target