Bullying Prevention Month 2020

October is Bullying Prevention Month and Selma City Schools wants to empower our school community to deal effectively with the problem of bullying.  As a school community, we want to help establish a supportive and safe school climate where all students are accepted and know how to respond when bullying happens.  Whether it is verbal, physical, on-line or in-person, bullying has a significant impact on a child’s life well into adulthood. By making small, simple changes, we can break this cycle and create a safe environment for everyone. Because together, we can challenge bullying. Change starts with a conversation. It starts with checking in. It starts with working together. Let’s create a world without bullying through kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. 

#SCS One Team Against Bullying     #bekind


Week of October 5th: Challenge Others to be Kind

Make kindness go viral with an act of kindness and challenge friends and classmates to pay it forward with their acts of kindness. Make a video of everyone doing acts of kindness and submit it. We'll add it to our website.


Week of October 12th: STAND UP for Others

Create positive messages and share them this week with your classmates and friends. It's time to see everyone's differences and celebrate their similarities. If you see someone being bullied, be brave and STAND UP for them. Bullies have been known to back off when others stand up for victims. If you don't feel safe get the help of an adult immediately. Be part of the solution -- not the problem! This includes cyberbullying!


Week of October 19thWeek of Inclusion
At one point or another each of us has felt insecure, or stressed out, or alone. It is important to remind our friends and classmates that we are all in it together and we are there to listen and support each other. Use the hashtag #HereForYou on social media to let your classmates know that they have your support and a person to reach out to if they ever need to talk. 

Week of October 26th: Let’s Talk!

Scholars, start a conversation amongst your peers. Teachers hold a discussion in your virtual classroom where you allow students to openly speak and discuss their experiences with bullying and cyberbullying, and how these experiences have effected them and how they dealt with these moments

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