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Say No To Bullying

Help stop bullying in our community

click here for more information on bullying from bullying.org 




Think bullying isn't a big deal? Check out the facts
  • Nearly one-third of all school-aged children are bullied each year - upwards of 13 million students
  • 64 percent of children who were bullied did not report it
  • A reported 15 percent of all students who don't show up for school say it is out of fear of being bullied while at school.
  • 4th through 8th graders are must likely to experience bullying behaviors with 90 percent reported as victims of some kind of bullying
  • There are about 282,000 students that are reportedly attacked in high schools throughout the nation each month.



No Bullying- Enough already!




Bullying is not a right of passage.  It is a behavior that can have a severe and lasting impact on those who experience it

What IS bullying?


Bullying comes in many forms but in general it is a repeated behavior that is intended to cause physical and/or emotional harm to the intended target. However, in general bullying can be broken down into these categories:


Verbal Bullying- Name calling or teasing
Social bullying- Spreading rumors, intentionally and hurtfully excluding others from groups or activities, intentionally breaking up friendships
Physical- What we think of most commonly as bullying and can include , hitting or punching, kicking, shoving, or any threat of physical violence
Cyber Bullying- Verbal and Social bullying that takes place on the internet most commonly through social media websites like Facebook and Twitter.  It can also happen through text messages


For more information the types of bullying and how to recognize it, click here

How to recognize if your child is being bullied:


  • Comes home with unexplainable injuries
  • Frequently "loses" items like books, electronics, clothes or other valuable items
  • Tries to find excuses to avoid going to school, is often sick or has other excuses
  • Hurts themselves like with cutting, burning or eating restrictions
  • Loses interest in friends or participating in extra curricular activities
  • Appears moody, anxious, depressed or withdrawn
  • Feels helpless or exhibits low self esteem


For more information on recognizing the symptoms of bullying, click here

Take A Stand against bullying



If you are being bullied at school, the mall, at home on your computer or anywhere, TELL A TRUSTED ADULT.  Research shows bullying activities diminish over 50% when reported. 



If you witness someone being bullied, report it to a trusted adult.


A trusted adult can be your parents, teachers, the school principal or councilor, family doctor or family friend- or even the police.

If you are being bullied:




  • Don't blame yourself- no matter what someone says about you NEVER be ashamed of who you are
  • Be proud of who you are- everyone is different and you have many unique and wonderful qualities that make you a great person
  • Get help- talk to a trusted adult immediately.  Silence is a bully's best friend.  By talking about the problem you have taken the first steps to solving it
  • Learn to deal with the stress- there is no denying being bullied is stressful. Find positive ways to rechannel that tension and energy through exercise, meditation or other positive outlets


 You are not alone! 


There are many resources to help you deal with bullies and understand the problem better

No child should be afraid to be who he or she is or be afraid to go to school.  By uniting our voices and pulling together as a community we CAN stop bullying once and for all!


No Bullying

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