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Cyber Bullying Addressed at Cobre School Board Meeting

Posted on October 3, 2016 by in Bullying, Hometown, Internet Safety, New Mexico, News

Daren

BAYARD — Cyber bullying is a problem parents need to address and one that can be handled through the D.A.R.E. program according to members of the Cobre Consolidated Schools Board at its most recent meeting. Student representative Hannah Burnette discussed cyber bullying board meeting after the topic originated at a student meeting. Burnette said students […]

D.A.R.E. Adds Bullying and Critical Thinking to its Program

Posted on September 8, 2016 by in Bullying, Hometown, News, Oregon

Daren in Central Point, OR

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – Central Point School Officers say the program D.A.R.E. is adding bullying and critical thinking to its program. They say in past years the program only covered drugs and alcohol. “Sometimes there’s a disconnect between fifth grade and their high school years and that’s something we’re trying to fix now,” Officer J.R. […]

Know the Warning Signs of Bullying

Posted on August 5, 2016 by in Bullying, Hometown, Utah

D.A.R.E. Officer Dana Mudrock

Before your children go back to school, there are a few things parents should know on the subject of bullying. Dana Mudrock has been in law enforcement for 19 years, 17 as an officer, and has worked in Forensics, Patrol, Special Victims Unit, Civil, and is currently assigned to the Riverton City precinct working as […]

Study: Mental Health Effects Of Bullying Even Worse Than Effects Of Abuse By Adults

Posted on April 29, 2015 by in Bullying

Wikibully

From Forbes, by David DiSalvo. Image by Stop_bullying_Serbia_23.02.2008.jpg: ClaudiusGothicusderivative work: TheCuriousGnome (Stop_bullying_Serbia_23.02.2008.jpg) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons. According to a new study, those bullied by peers often suffer even worse long-term mental health outcomes than those maltreated by adults early in life. The effects of both sorts of abuse are well-documented, but this is the […]

Players leave court mid-game to confront bully of cheerleader with Down syndrome

Posted on March 12, 2015 by in Bullying, Hometown, Wisconsin

Desiree Andrews

From Fox News. A group of middle school basketball players walked off the court in the middle of a game when they heard bullying coming from the stands directed at cheerleader, Desiree Andrews, who has Down syndrome. “One of the kids stepped up and said, ‘Don’t mess with her,’” Brandon Morris, who was the boys […]

Anti-bullying campaign empowering Loveland students

Posted on November 25, 2014 by in Bullying, Hometown, Ohio

Keith Koehne and Chad Hilliker

Loveland City Schools Human Resources Assistant Superintendent Keith Koehne, left, and Superintendent Chad Hilliker wear their “Be an Upstander” shirts from My Voice, My Choice’s anti-bullying campagin to empower bystanders. (Photo: Heather Higdon). From cincinnati.com. Loveland City Schools’ counseling department is working to make a culture of acceptance and caring in the district. Loveland High School […]

A united front against bullying

Posted on November 23, 2014 by in Bullying, Hometown, North Carolina

Shemar Johnson

Shemar Johnson leads an anti-bullying march in Scotland Neck Saturday morning, as others behind him chant, sing and carry signs. From The Daily Herald. SCOTLAND NECK — After one of their own nearly killed himself due to being bullied, dozens of Scotland Neck residents marched together Saturday morning in an effort to stop bullying in […]

“Stop the bullying now” — How teen with autism is speaking out, giving back

Posted on November 19, 2014 by in Bullying, Hometown, Michigan

Bryce Frost

From fox17online.com. ALLEGAN, Mich. – Bryce Frost, 14, made the decision to start eighth grade in home school, after he said he faced years of bullying abuse in public school. He grew up with autism, and in third grade, his family said he was often bullied to the point of fainting; even diagnosed with Post Traumatic […]

Bullying Prevention: The Power of Empathy

Posted on November 19, 2014 by in Bullying

The Power of Empathy

From The Huffington Post. Coauthored by Jennifer Kahn and Richard Weissbourd. October was National Bullying Prevention Month. For many schools and programs, this signifies a time to amp up anti-bullying messages, hashtags, rallies, posters and t-shirts. It’s time for workshops ranging from how to be an upstander to how to reduce cyberbullying. For many parents, […]

The Fight Against Bullying: Taking It Up A Notch

Posted on November 19, 2014 by in Bullying

Marlo Thomas and Bullying Prevention

From The Huffington Post. By Marlo Thomas. I once watched my father break up a fight. He was walking me home from school, and we passed by four boys on the sidewalk, three of them menacing the fourth, who was smaller and looked scared. Just as we approached, the biggest of the boys threw a […]