2 Kentucky Safe Schools The third full week of October is Kentucky Safe Schools Week! Schools across Kentucky focus on school safety issues in classrooms, in their schools and in their communities. Week
3 Kentucky Safe Schools Week This year's theme I WANT TO BE A SCHOOL SAFETY SUPERHERO... focuses on building-up the self esteem of the students in your school. From Superman to Captain America most Superheroes started with problems or issues and turned their uniqueness into a power or force. They used their power for the betterment of society. The focus is on the word SUPER and qualities necessary to be a SUPERHERO at school, while working toward an environment free of Bullying, Cyberbullying, Harassment and Conflict. S-Strong, U-Understanding, P-Powerful, E-Encouraging and R-Respectful, by using these character words to teach and describe our students, they can become School Safety Superheroes
4 Sad fact that about ½ say they have been bullied
6 What is bullying? Who is involved? What can be done?
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12 What is bullying? Who is involved? What can be done?
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25 The Facts About Who is Bullied? Bullying can happen to ANYONE. Bullying is about someone s behavior. That behavior could directed at the shy, quiet student, or the class tough guy. Girls bully, boys bully, preschool kids bully and high school kids bully there is no one type who gets bullied or does the bullying. The one sure thing is that no one EVER DESERVES to be bullied, and if someone is bullied, they have a RIGHT to be safe.
26 Who Does the Bullying? Think it s the big guy who wears black with low self-esteem? Could be but it could be the petite cheerleader or the quiet honor student. It s not appearance that defines someone who bullies; it s BEHAVIOR! Students who bully can be any size, age, grade or gender.
27 Who is Left? There is a group who sees the bullying and this group is really important. They may not get bullied themselves, they may not be doing the bullying but their reaction has direct impact on the situation. Think about it Have you ever watched a fight? The bystanders can encourage, walk away or break up a fight. These responses make a huge difference in the outcome of this bullying situation.
28 It is Situational (No Clearly Defined Labels) And to add to all of this, the role any student plays on a given day shifts the bullying situation. And the roles the students play daily may shift one day a student is bullied and the next he makes fun of a younger kid on the bus. The kid who laughed at a fight one day asks a new student to sit with him at lunch today.
29 What is Bullying? Bullying is different from the typical disagreements or arguments between friends or classmates. It s bullying if: One person is hurting or harming another with words or behavior It is being done intentionally The person being hurt has a hard time defending themselves from the behavior The kids are doing it for more power Power can include such things as being older, being physically bigger or stronger, having more social status, or when a group of kids gang up on someone
31 Types of Bullying Physical This one s easy recognize for example pushing, shoving, hitting, kicking, biting, hair pulling, inappropriate touching, breaking items or taking another s possessions. Verbal It s really common because it is quick, direct and easy. Examples include teasing, name calling, threats, intimidation, demeaning jokes, rumors, gossip and slander.
32 Two More Types Emotional It s sophisticated and calculated and often done by a group. It hurts on the inside and make one feel bad about themselves. Examples leaving someone out of a group on purpose, telling lies to hurt a reputation or humiliating someone publicly. Cyberbullying Using technology and can include sending mean text messages, posting videos, stories or photos that ridicule someone or spreading rumors through social networking site.
33 Why Does is Matter? As stated earlier, each day 160,000 students stay home for fear of being bullied. They lose the opportunity to learn in a safe environment and to feel safe at school. Students who are bullied may have lower selfesteem, less self-confidence, increased fear and anxiety, depression, lower grades and often suicidal thoughts. Students who bully grow up to have a greater risk of getting in trouble with the law. By the age of 25, one in four who have bullied will have spent time in jail.
34 Check out 3 steps, You can do 1. Know That You Are Not Alone Ever feel this bullying only happens to you? It doesn t. Unfortunately bullying happens to a lot of kids. It happens in small schools, large schools, rural schools and city schools. It can happen in preschool and high school and everywhere in between. Some people say it is a part of growing up so just deal with it. This is not the answer. Even though it happen a lot doesn t make it right. No one deserves to be bullied and everyone deserves respect. THINK BEFORE YOU ACT! Develop the Lean on me attitude... Sometimes in our lives we all have pain we all have sorrow!
35 Here is Step two for you 2. Be a Self- advocate It means speaking up for yourself, telling people what you need and taking action. Bullying can be stopped, but you need a plan. First, think about what you can do to change your situation, and then make an action plan. Write down what is happening to you, when and where it takes place who is involved. You can use a tip line or bully box. Include what you would like to change, how things could be changed, and what would help you gain control over the situation List your role in the plan and what others should do and their role. Discuss your plan with a trusted adult and work together to put your plan with any modifications needed in place.
36 Step 3 Should do the trick 3. Assert Your Rights Every student has the right to feel safe as school. If the first adult you talk to doesn t help you, don t give up, talk to another one. Send a tip or leave a note in a bully box. You will find someone who will listen at school or home. Ask what can be done to make you feel safer at school and other students, too.
37 Look Closer at those who Bully What is great about hurting someone? Teasing, tripping, punching, kicking, texting, excluding, ignoring, hazing it really says more about you than them. Think about it Think no one cares if you bully someone? Think again. Parents, teaches, classmates and friends all care, but mostly the person being bullied cares. The bigger question is why you don t care? Think you ll feel better about yourself if you bully someone? Jealous, huh? Not as good, smart, attractive or popular as someone? Join the club. Why not try working with or learning from someone instead of bullying them and make a friend in the process?
38 Think its ok if you have been bullied? How does taking out frustration on someone else make anything better? Talking with a trusted friend or adult would be much more productive than seeking the approval from the person who bullied you. Think you ll get attention if you bully? Think detention! If you bully, you re likely to get caught sooner or later. Who s attention would you rather draw the detention officers or your skating buddies, your angry parent or your shopping gals? Why not spend your time with someone you like rather than demanding attention from someone you don t? Think you re in control? Think about why you are bullying: to be liked, to get back at someone, to feel better about yourself. Whatever it is find someone you trust and start talking.
39 Look at Bystanders! It s none of my business-i should just ignore it and walk away right? Wrong Put yourself in the target s place. If you were being pushed around, laughed at, gossiped about, made fun of, ignored on purpose, you d probably want someone to help you out. Consider this Tomorrow it might be YOU!
41 Standby At the very least.you could do is to NOT join in the bullying. Your non-support of someone bullying sends a clear message that you don t agree with what s happening. If you see someone being laughed at, don t just turn your back but help the target turn their back to the bully and walk away to class or to an adult, be a buddy and show support.
42 Extend a Hand In the end we will remember, not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
43 Show Support Kids who are frequently bullied feel all alone and don t feel like anyone cares. Make a small gesture and show them that you care and support them. Connect with the adults in your school. Leave a tip and be a Silent Hero if you fear retaliation, if you are shy or afraid.
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