Anti-Bullying Public Service Announcements
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Tips for Principals, Teachers, Parents to Help Prevent Bullying
Five Tips to Help Principals Prevent Bullying
(These tips were adapted from articles by James Dillon from Principal magazine, Sept/Oct 2010 and Ted Feinberg from Principal Leadership, Sept. 2003.)
Five Tips to Help Teachers Prevent Bullying
(These tips were adapted from NEA's Bully Free: It Starts With Me and AFT's See A Bully, Stop A Bully campaign resources.)
Five Tips to Help Parents Prevent Bullying
Parents and guardians are among a school's best allies in bullying prevention:
Rachel's Challenge Supports Anti-Bullying Message in RRPS:
Rachel Scott's acts of kindness and compassion have become the foundation for one of the most life-changing school programs in America. The program has been presented at all RRPS secondary schools and to staff district wide.
The Five Challenges:
#1 Eliminate prejudice – look for the best in others
#2 Dare to dream – set goals and keep a journal
#3 Choose positive influences – input determines output
#4 Kind words – little acts of kindness
#5 START A CHAIN REACTION!
For more information about Rachel’s Challenge visit:
Other RRPS initiatives and programs used to enforce our anti-bullying stance include: Positive Behavior Support, Love and Logic, Second Step, Why Try?, Protecting You, Protecting Me.
Discussion Topics & Videos
Sherri Carver: Bullying is Bad. Bullying bites. Bullying bothers me. Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 1:45 PM Discuss
Sherri Carver: The Price of Silence: PSA Anti-Bullying Announcement Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 1:40 PM Discuss
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