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Talking points for elementary students:
- Cyberbullying is repeated sending or posting of harmful messages, images, or videos about someone else using the Internet, cell phones, or other types of technology.
- If a student believes they are being cyberbullied, the best first step is to step away from the computer or put the cell phone down, then tell a trusted adult (parent, teacher, etc.) what is going on.
- If they can, don’t delete anything the cyberbully sent. They may need this as proof of what is going on.
- If they know someone is being cyberbullied, help the person by encouraging them to talk to an adult. Tell the person being bullied that they care about them and want to help. Do not spread rumors. Tell the cyberbully to stop.
Remember that what you say and do online or in texts is permanent. Teasing, harassing, threatening, and using hate language can lead to serious consequences.
For more information on cyberbulling, click HERE - Cyberbullying
The New York Public Library has published a list of the 100 Greatest Children's Books | 100 Years. Click the link below to see how many books you have read on the list.
New York Public Library 100 Greatest Children's Books | 100 Years
Please drive attentively through Cunningham's parking lot when dropping off and picking up your child/children from school. Always use the lane adjacent to the cafeteria when letting students in or ...more
Click here to visit the TUSD web page for information about Transitional Kindergarten or contact the Cunningham office at 667-0794 for more information.
Póngase en contacto con la oficina de Cunningham en 667-0794 para más información.
WE at Lloyd G. Cunningham Elementary School, a diverse community of motivated learners, supportive parents, inspiring teachers and educators, aim to empower all students to reach beyond their perceived potential to succeed and engage in their long term education by providing effective individualized instruction with increasingly demanding challenges in a safe, caring, and culturally diverse environment where all are respectful, responsible, positive contributors.