ERASE Student Advisory’s Social Media Guidelines

The ERASE Student Advisory developed Social Media Guidelines to provide direction for students, parents and educators on how to use social media ethically and responsibly. The guidelines apply to all forms of social media, including regular internet browsing and the use of apps on a cellphone or other device.

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Celebrate Child & Youth Mental Health Day on May 7: Sharing the Care!

The ERASE Student Advisory speaks out about mental health.

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Keeping Kids Safe Online

Jane Thornthwaite, Parliamentary Secretary for Student Support and Parent Engagement, and student safety experts Theresa Campbell and Jesse Miller developed a series of videos for parents to help keep their kids safe online. Through these videos, parents will learn preventative actions and techniques they can take to protect their kids, and what to do if their child is the target of cyberbullying.



Creating Safe School Communities

Bullying isn’t just a child’s issue; it’s a school and community issue, and must be addressed with a school and community solution. Everyone has a role to play in supporting students and preventing incidents like bullying.

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If you are having thoughts of suicide or of hurting yourself or others, please reach out immediately for help. Call 9-1-1 (or your local police or authority, if you do not have 9-1-1) or go to your nearest hospital emergency room.

If you are being bullied, feeling alone or just need to talk to someone who will listen, please reach out to a trained volunteer or professional:



Resources for Parents

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Resources for Youth

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Thank you for stopping by to check out the ERASE Bullying online reporting tool. This tool is accessible through computers and smart phones, and will allow students, parents or other witnesses to report bullying or other threatening behaviour, anytime and anywhere.

The online reporting tool has just been developed and is in the final stages of testing.

If you need help, please reach out to someone you trust, like a parent, friend or teacher. Or, you can reach out to someone who doesn’t know you for support. There is a list of youth-oriented support lines and websites on this site just for you.

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