Frequently Asked Questions

For questions specific to the WITS Program also check the WITS FAQs

 

  • What is the relationship between the Rock Solid Foundation and the WITS Program?
  • Who do we serve?
  • How can our school participate in the yearly WITS Poster Contest?
  • Where can I learn more about bullying and peer victimization?
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    What is the relationship between the Rock Solid Foundation and the WITS Program?

    The Rock Solid Foundation is the founding organization and charitable arm of the WITS Program. We help schools implement the WITS Program by providing low cost resources and by sourcing funding for financially stressed schools. We also provide information, guidance, and coordinate technical support for the WITS training programs.

     

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    Who do we serve?

    Elementary and middle schools in rural and urban areas accross Canada. We also help community leaders obtain the resources and information required to successfully implement the WITS Program

     

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    How can our school participate in the yearly WITS Poster Contest?

    Open to all elementary and middle schools across Canada, each school can submit their choice of five posters (limited to letter size paper, either portrait or landscape). When judging the entries we heavily assess the message of the poster as well as the artwork. Posters are to be submitted by mail to our address by March 31 each year.

     

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    Where can I learn more about bullying and peer victimization?

    The website provides links to a number of valuable resources on bullying and peer victimization. Check them out below:

    The website also provides information about research into bullying and peer victimization by WITS Principal Investigator Dr. Bonnie Leadbeater. Check out the Research and Evaluation section for full details.

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