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Don't let a cyber-bully push your buttons.
Item #B44
Talk to us directly. Report bad behavior to a guidance counselor or teacher.
Talk confidentially. Visit your guidance counselor’s office.
Cyber-Delete-Bully.

Don't let a bad character text you. Item #B40
Tips to Stop a Cyber-Bully.
• Never reply. If someone cyber-bullies you, a reaction is what the bully wants.
• Save the evidence and all digital content to show to someone who can help.
• Don’t forward or post mean messages on any website!
• Block the bully by using IM privacy tools or settings.
• Report bad behavior to a school counselor or teacher.
Talk to us directly. Report bad behavior to a guidance counselor or teacher.
Talk confidentially. Visit your guidance counselor’s office.
Break the silence, speak out against teen violence.
Item #B43
Talk to us directly. Report bad behavior to a guidance counselor or teacher.
Talk confidentially. Visit your guidance counselor’s office.

Stop Bully Gossip. Item #B55
“Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.”
- Eleanor Roosevelt.
Tips to Stop a Cyber-Bully.
• Never reply. If someone cyber-bullies you, a reaction is what the bully wants.
• Save the evidence and all digital content to show to someone who can help.
• Don’t forward or post mean messages.
• Block the bully by using IM privacy tools.
• Report bad behavior to a school counselor or teacher.
Don't let one bad egg make you feel rotten.
Item #B42
Break the silence, speak out against school violence.
Talk to us directly. Report bad behavior to a guidance counselor or teacher.
Talk confidentially. Visit your guidance counselor’s office.

Don't let one bad apple spoil your day.
Item #B41
No one should be afraid to go to school.
Talk to us directly. Report bad behavior to a guidance counselor or teacher.
Talk confidentially. Visit your guidance counselor’s office.

Take a stand against bullying.
Item #B39
Talk to us directly. Report bad behavior to a guidance counselor or teacher.
Talk confidentially. Visit your guidance counselor’s office.

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Anti-Bullying Campaign

The best way to reduce any type of bullying is to prevent it before it happens. Our Bully Prevention campaign focuses on changing school and classroom climates by raising awareness about bullying, increasing teacher and parent involvement and supervision.

Promote a school wide anti-bully environment. Implement an anti bullying campaign that involves the entire school community: parents, students, teachers, and administrators. If the entire school level is not achieved let the classroom adopt individual policies against bullying. Discuss with your students what bullying is, identify bullying behaviors, share personal stories and facts of bullying. Work with your students to develop classroom rules/policies against bullying. Post signs designating and supporting a "bully free" classroom."

1. Set School-wide Policy.
Display our posters throughout your school building, giving students instruction on how to handle a situation that involves bullying. While approaches that simply crack down on individual bullies are seldom effective, when there is a school-wide commitment to end bullying, it can be reduced by up to 50 percent.

2. Encourage Students to Report Bullying.
Students should always be encouraged to report bullying when they see it. All consequences should include counseling. School staff must report any alleged cases and witnesses must write reports within 48 hours. Students should always be encouraged to report bullying when they see it. All consequences should include counseling. School staff must report any alleged cases and witnesses must write reports within 48 hours.

3. Provide Increased Supervision.
Research has found that bullying is most likely to occur in schools where there is a lack of adult supervision during breaks, where teachers and students are indifferent to or accept bullying behavior, and where rules against bullying are not consistently enforced.

4. Treat Both Sides of Bullying.
School counselors have three responsibilities when it comes to the bullying: assisting targets of the bullying, assisting the bullies themselves and educating teachers, parents and other adults.

Research is beginning to show that just like traditional forms of bullying, cyberbullying can lead to anxiety, lower rates of self-esteem and higher rates of school absence.

The Facts
Every day, 60,000 students miss school due to fear or intimidation by a bully.

Almost 30% of teens (5.7 million) are estimated to be involved in bullying.

10% of students drop out of school because of repeated bullying.

Bullying increases through elementary grades and peaks in middle school.

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