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Now that September has rolled around again, it can mean only one thing:  back to school!  In the excitement of meeting new teachers, getting back on the school schedule, carpools, and busses to catch, it is also a great time to help kids prevent bullying. 

 Each day more than 160,000 U.S. children stay home from school because they fear being bullied. Kids were once asked to accept and endure this treatment. But no longer. Children and adults are now taking a stand during National Bullying Prevention Month to end this form of harassment.

 Most of today's parents and educators grew up in a different world when it comes to bullying. Now, in addition to physical, emotional, and verbal attacks, cyber bullying has spread to the Web and social media. Sexual bullying -- which includes harassment related to gender and orientation, or inappropriate contact -- is becoming an increasing problem.

 Regardless of what form it takes, it's up to everyone to stand up against bullying. Here are five tips from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services' Stop Bullying website that encourages children and adults to “Be More Than a Bystander.”

 Be their friend: Children can help someone who's been bullied by simply being nice to them at another time. Being friendly can go a long way toward letting them know that they're not alone.

 Tell a trusted adult: An adult can help stop bullying by intervening while it's in progress, stopping it from occurring or simply giving the person being bullied a shoulder to lean on.

 Help them get away: There are a few simple, safe ways children can help the person being bullied get away from the situation. However they do it, make sure the child knows not to put themselves in harm's way.

 Don't give bullying an audience: If a child knows not to bully others, then other students will follow their example. To help even more, children can actively participate in anti-bullying activities and projects.

 Set a good example: If one of your child's friends or peers begins to bully someone, they shouldn't encourage the behavior by giving it an audience. Instead of laughing or supporting it, they can let the bully know that such behavior isn't entertaining.

 Concerned parents and students can learn more about bullying prevention at our upcoming Stand Up Against Bullying Workshop



The greatest piece of me was when I become who I am now because of who I was before.I hear lots about being bullied, just for being who I am. Bullying is never fun, it's a cruel and terrible thing to do to someone. If you are being bullied, it is not your fault, use it as your inspiration to make you stronger because no one deserves to be bullied, ever. I feel so bad for anyone, who is getting bullied. I've been there. I know how much it hurts and I know how it affects them.

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01/04/2017 7:12am

This is what a modern kids need - a little more respect to each other. In a modern world politeness is treated as a weakness.

02/02/2017 12:13pm

This is a good step being taken by the management of MA School. Every educational institution should take such bold steps.

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06/13/2017 3:34am

Its really good! Thanks for sharing information!

07/03/2017 6:19am

Excellent read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on that.

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