May 6th-11th is Children’s Mental Health Week in Ontario. The week is meant to raise awareness of mental health issues in young people, nearly 20% of whom are affected by some type of mental health or behavioural disorder in Canada.
The Canadian Safe School Network is very pleased and excited to announce the winner of this year’s CSSN/TD Award for Excellence Against LGBTQ Youth Bullying.
CSSN’s Dave Fraser appeared on CTV News Channel to discuss the impact of anti-bullying legislation in Canada and why laws are not a “bottom line solution.”
You’re invited to an Ontario College of Teachers Symposium on Safety in Learning Environments. You and others from your organization are invited to attend a symposium on safety in conjunction with the formal release of the College’s fourth professional advisory Safety in Learning Environments: A Shared Responsibility.
Did you know … CSSN offers extensive, in-depth safe schools certification training to educators looking to enhance or refresh their knowledge of important school safety issues.
New York City-based singer and songwriter Ryan Amador has released a powerful new video for his song “Define Me.” The video artfully demonstrates the power of slurs and stereotypes to wound and influence others. Take a moment to watch this incredible piece.
Join us and a roster of great guest speakers in just over a week for a very special CSSN event: Bully – Let’s Take A Stand.
Are you a high school administrator who works to resolve bullying cases within your school? Or are you a high school teacher who may have been bullied by a co-worker?
Does anti-bullying legislation make an impact? And how and WHY does such legislation differ so vastly from province to province? CSSN president Stu Auty joined CTV’s Sandie Rinaldo and Calgary parent Wayne Frisch to discuss this timely issue.
The Ontario girl whose demand for a code word thwarted an abduction attempt is being hailed as a street-proofing success story but Canadian Safe School Network president Stu Auty warns that there are cons to go along with the pros of counting on a code word to ensure youth safety.