Rachel, a high school student, asks: Why me? Why does it keep happening? What did I do?
Have you ever heard “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”? Research has shown that this old saying simply isn’t true. Words can hurt, and bullying can leave a lasting impact. On this week’s episode of PACERTalks About Bullying, middle school students share their thoughts about bullying and its impact, they had some amazing insight to share.
In this week’s episode of PACERTalks About Bullying, middle and high school students talk about conversations around bullying. It’s not always easy to know what to say in a bullying situation, but the more you think about it, the more prepared you might be.
“What Should You Do?” is the last installment this month for the theme of inclusion. In this week’s episode of PACERTalks About Bullying, elementary school students think about ways to respond to a situation involving a new student. They have some amazing insights and advice to share!
The conversation about inclusion continues with this week’s installment of PACERTalks About Bullying. This week four students provide their perspective about inclusion and what they want others to know about this important topic.
Learn how inclusion is defined and ways that we can all demonstrate it in our school and community.
What does it mean to be an advocate for yourself as well as others, and how does that relate to bullying prevention?
Pete Scampavia, a young man with multiple disabilities, completed this bullying prevention video “DON’T BULLY, BE A FRIEND” as his Eagle Scout project. Pete wanted the message to be from kids to kids because “Sometimes we just don’t want to listen when adults go on and on about something.
Bullying has been seen in schools across the nation, but a lot of times we don’t realize that it’s also happening right at our school. It’s important for students who are victims or witnesses of bullying to know where they can get help. Students from Leon High School share how bullying can make a person feel and give advice to how to prevent bullying.