GLENELG HIGH SCHOOL PTSA
What Is Cyberbullying and How to Stop It
The Cyberbullying Research Center is dedicated to providing up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents. Cyberbullying can be defined as "willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices."
Dr. Sameer Handuja, The Co-Director of the Center, presented, "Cyberbullying, Sexting and Other Unwise Uses of Technology," as part of the Keeping Our Kids Healthy Series for Parents in October 2012 at Glenelg High School.Type your paragraph here.
The Howard County Police Department and HC DrugFree would like to stress the importance of citizen involvement. If you know of parties where underage drinking is happening, or if you are witness to any illegal or dangerous activity, alert HCPD immediately. Your tips are held in high regard and will result in police involvement whenever warranted. You ALWAYS have the option to remain completely anonymous.
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THE GLENELG UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (GUMC)
FOOD PANTRY IS OPEN EVERY 3rd SATURDAY OF THE MONTH FROM 9am-11am. WE SERVE THOSE IN NEED OF GROCERY ASSISTANCE IN HOWARD COUNTY. BOTH HOWARD COUNTY FOOD BANK AND PRIVATELY DONATED ITEMS ARE GIVEN OUT.
HC DrugFree was developed to respond to the alarming number of teens using illegal substances - tobacco, alcohol and other drugs and to respond to the increase in drug-related problems in Howard County schools (truancy, violence, weapons, gangs) and in the community. This site provides county statistics, tips for Surviving the Teen Years, and Howard County and Maryland resources.
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Learn how you may help to save a life. Find information about how to recognize the warning signs and risk factors of suicide. If someone you know has any warning signs you can call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline so they can help you find resources available in your area. The call is confidential and free.Type your paragraph here.
This is just one of the many topics covered on the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids website. What teens do and what parents think they do are often two different things. Get up to speed with your teen's world. Check out this website for a Drug Guide, Parent Toolkit, The Teen Brain, and Guides & Resources.
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids was formerly known as the Partnership for a Drug-Free America. It is a nonprofit organization working to reduce teen substance abuse and support families impacted by addiction.