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Anti-Bullying @ Durgee 

To report bullying, please click on the following link. Your concerns will be dealt with by a principal or guidance counselor.  Your concerns are of the utmost importance to us! 


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Contact School Officials School District Policies
Help for Victims  Tips For Parents
Anti-Bullying Resources  
Bee holding a "Stop Bullying" sign


Durgee Bullying Contacts:

Officer Nord, School Resource Officer  (315) 635-4566
Ms. Bonnie Van Benschoten, Principal  (315) 638-6086 
Cynthia Cronin, Assistant Principal - Grade 8  (315) 638-6086 
Richard Foederer, Assistant Principal - Grade 9  (315) 638-6086 
Mr. Marciniak, Guidance Counselor   (315) 638-6088
Mrs. Dwyer, Guidance Counselor   (315) 638-6088
Mrs. Arigo, Guidance Counselor   (315) 638-6088
Mr. McMahon, Guidance Counselor    (315) 638-6088

School District Policies:

 Dignity for All Students Act  New York State Legislation

Help for Victims:

Tips for teens for dealing with bullying via livestreaming, standing up to cyberbullying, and responding to cyberbullying. 
Created by and for teens, this website is a place for middle and high school students to find ways to address bullying, to take action, to be heard, and to own an important social cause
 Dealing with Bullying Teen's Health from Nemours talks about how to deal with bullying

Tips for Parents:
Parent's Guide to Cyberbullying A resource from Connect Safely
What do I do? Advice for parents that suspect their child is being bullied from a child and adolescent psychotherapist  
Bark Bark's service proactively monitors text messages, YouTube, emails, and 24 different social networks for potential safety concerns, alerting parents when issues arise

Anti-Bullying Resources:

StopBullying.Gov provides information from various government agencies on how kids, teens, young adults, parents, educators and others in the community can prevent or stop bullying.