Student Resources

Are you a kid with special needs? Do you have friends or classmates who have autism, learning disabilities, or use a wheelchair or a hearing aid? 

Kids who are different are all too often the targets of bullying, and sometimes it's hard to know what to do to stop it. Here's the good news: it's usually other kids who are most effective at stopping bullying as it's happening. 

Click on the links below to learn more about what you can do to create a bully free world in your school and community.

 

Who Am I?

There are many different roles involved in bullying - not just the bully and the victim. Click here to learn more, and figure out what role you play.

Self Advocacy

Learn how to speak up about bullying, whether you're being bullied or witnessing it. 

 


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  • Karen Barton
    commented 2020-05-20 19:33:55 -0400
    ( Keep in mind, the victim aka Jeremy William Barton is doing this comment ) When it comes to Bullying, i get bullied more then the average amounts of bullying happens. the average for me is the normal bullying average times 4 and i cant find out why people want to do this, do they want to bully us for a sign of killing? we will never know.