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On this page, you will find the following:
- What YOU and YOUR TEEN STUDENT can do to help make your child’s school a safer, more welcoming learning environment for ALL
- What to do if your child experiences a bullying or antisemitic incident
- Links for anti-bullying resources at public school districts in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC
- Information about the programs and services offered by the JCRC's Education Outreach Department
JCRC’s staff is here to support you and your children.
Please contact us if we can be of assistance at any point during the school year. Thank you!
What YOU can do to help make your child’s school a safer, more welcoming learning environment for ALL children:
The JCRC works year-round to promote mutually respectful school environments and to increase understanding of Jewish tradition, history and culture within school communities, both public and private. Encourage your school to:
What YOUR TEEN can do to take an active role in promoting mutual respect and combating antisemitism:
Committing an antisemitic act against a fellow student is a form of bullying.
Check out your school district’s resources:
The JCRC’s Education Outreach Department:
Through the JCRC’s Holocaust Survivors Speakers Bureau, the JCRC arranges for survivors to share their experiences during the Shoah with thousands of students and teachers each year. Contact us if you would like to bring a survivor to your child’s school.
JCRC’s Student to Student program trains Jewish teens to speak to their non-Jewish peers about their experiences as Jewish teens, in order to increase understanding of Judaism, Jewish customs and beliefs, the Holocaust, and the impact of antisemitism.
Contact us if we can be of assistance.