Articles by Lorolyn A. Gorrindo

Lorolyn A. Gorrindo has worked for 25 years in education. She was a classroom teacher for 15 years before entering school administration. She served as director of Curriculum and Instruction before her present position as the assistant superintendent of Education Services for Douglas County School District in Minden, Nevada.

How Schools Respond When A Child Is Being Cyberbullied

December 3, 2013

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How Schools Respond When A Child Is Being Cyberbullied

As a child psychiatrist, I often find myself in adversarial negotiations with school districts.  I am typically advocating for more intensive services for my patients, while school districts are often determining the best use of limited resources.  This issue is rarely more poignant than when it comes to a child being cyberbullied.  Recent events in the media have highlighted the […]