Chase Wilson Education Announces Anti-Bullying Curriculum Sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Presented to Four Morris County Schools

Parsippany High School, Madison High School, Roxbury High School, Morris Knolls High School will each receive complimentary anti-bullying curriculum – The Building Blocks of Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying: Bullying Redefined.

Park Ridge, NJ, November 16, 2012 --( Chase Wilson Education is pleased to announce Parsippany, NJ-based GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare is sponsoring their comprehensive anti-bullying curriculum entitled: The Building Blocks of Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB): Bullying Redefined, which will be presented to four Morris County Schools. The schools receiving this new curriculum for teachers, counselors and administrators include: Parsippany High School, Madison High School, Roxbury High School, Morris Knolls High School. The anti-bullying curriculum was created for grades 6-12 and identifies, in detail, the 20 motivations that lead to harassment, intimidation and bullying, and goes far beyond traditional strategies. All of the curriculum materials will include GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare logos and “sponsored by” verbiage.

“Given the dramatic increase in bullying that our children have endured, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare is proud to help our local schools fight all forms of harassment and bullying. The innovative curriculum developed by Chase Wilson Education is just the forum to prevent and eradicate bullying,” said Greg Smith, Director, Regulatory Affairs and the Leader of GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare's Community Outreach Team.

The curriculum was developed and written by Chase Wilson Education’s Director of Educational Programs, Andrew Yeager, a NJ School Psychologist and Student Assistance Coordinator, who lectures extensively and conducts trainings on bullying and adolescent issues throughout the country.

Student Assistance Coordinators Aimee Doyle (Parsippany High School), Vanessa Morgenthaler (Madison High School), Jennifer Kenny (Roxbury High School), and Patricia Colvin (Morris Knolls High School) will receive their respective school’s curriculum materials at a comprehensive bullying prevention workshop hosted by Chase Wilson Education and conducted by Yeager on November 13, 2012 in Bergen County.

“The mission of Chase Wilson Education is to educate, affect and change,” said Brian Morello, Chase Wilson Education’s Director of Development, “By offering educator training and student programs, we’re able to provide a foundation of character, tolerance, and empathy. Our anti-bullying curriculum is dedicated to safeguarding children to ensure intimidation and harassment are not part of their school experience.”

Based on academic research and clinical experience, Building Blocks enables teachers in a variety of disciplines to educate students on the nature and risks of harassment, intimidation and bullying (HIB) and enables school counselors to assess, intervene, monitor and reduce HIB incidents. The curriculum, designed for students in grades 6-12, is comprised of three distinct sections:

· Part One: "The Building Blocks of Bullying"
· Part Two: "Core Lessons, Classroom Infusion Lessons, & Film Analysis"
· Part Three: "Counseling the HIB-Involved Student"

This program, available for purchase at for $799.99, also includes:

A comprehensive curriculum aligned to Core Curriculum Content Standards.
Detailed Infusion Lessons provided for 9 school subjects.
A free copy of Sticks & Stones with an updated Teacher's Guide.
Printable handouts, lessons, and treatment plans for enhanced in-school use.
Relatable harassment, intimidation and bullying Case Studies inspired by real-life situations.
A comprehensive section on assessment and counseling impacted youth. User-friendly assessment and progress forms that clearly demonstrate and document remedial measures and student progress.

About Chase Wilson Education
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