Yello Dyno meets the criteria for the following
laws mandating anti-victimization education.
No Child Left Behind
Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth who are Neglected,
Delinquent, or At-Risk
IV, Part A
Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities
21st Century Community Learning Centers
V, Part A
Promoting Informed Parental Choice and Innovative Programs
VI, Part B, Subpart 1
Small, Rural School Achievement Program
Education Code § 38.004 part (b)
SB 152: Prevention of Bullying in Schools
NY State Education Law 801A: Instruction
in civility, citizenship and character education
NY State Education Law 803A: Abduction
and Abuse Prevention
State Education Law 814: Courses of study in Internet safety
is a comprehensive
strategy to assist communities in reducing the impact of violence on children.
The initiative targets children ages 0 to 18 with an emphasis on children
ages 0 to 5, who have been exposed to family, school and/or community
Safe from the Start (SFTS) Initiative
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you protect your students from people who mean them harm, Tricky
"With the Yello Dyno knowledge, educators,
parents and children can easily avoid 85% of the dangerous situations
that the children may encounter."
- Jan Wagner, founder of
May 17, 1996, President Clinton signed the
federal "Megan's Law," a measure that would require states
to release information about child sex abusers.
- Public Law No. 104-145
October, 1996, President Clinton signed the Pam Lynchner Sexual Offender Tracking and Identification
Act of 1996.
- Public Law No. 104-236