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  • DO NOT THINK NEGATIVE REMEMBER YOU MATTER
  • I hope today goes good and that I go unnoticed 
  • AVOID CONFLICT BY WALKING AWAY
  • Poor Will....
  • High School
  • Hey welcome back NERD!
  • Did you hear that Will is still a bed wetter? haha what a LOSER!
  • IGONRE THE BULLY
  • OMG! no way! that is so nasty! 
  • *Sighs* I just want to go home... 
  • Will is feeling anxious today and does not want to be at school because he feels that he will be bullied. Camera focuses on bus doors and Wills arrival to school. Will thinks to himself,"i hope today goes good and that I go unnoticed."
  • LISTEN AND REASSURE 
  • Will you know I'm here for you. You can tell me anything. I am here to listen. What's wrong?
  • as Will arrives to school he finds himself passing Christian (the bully). camera focuses on front of school zoomed out. Christian says,"welcome back NERD!"  Amelia hears what Christian says and feels bad. She thinks to herself,"Poor Will..."
  • SPEAK UP AND TELL SOME-ONE
  • Principle Menendez, I want to speak with you about Will. He is one of my best friends & is currently a victim of being bullied but doesn't want anyone to know. 
  • camera follows Will down the hall to his locker. camera focuses on Will opening locker and zooms out to see Bradley and Jennifer whispering. As Will opens his locker he hears Bradley whisper to Jennifer,"did you know that Will is still a bed wetter? What a LOSER! Jennifer responds surprised saying,"OMG! No way! that is so nasty!"
  • GET INFORMED
  •  bullying has two modes and four types by which youth can be bullied or can bully others. The two modes of bullying include direct (e.g., bullying that occurs in the presence of a targeted youth) and indirect (e.g., bullying not directly communicated to a targeted youth such as spreading rumors). In addition to these two modes, the four types of bullying include broad categories of physical, verbal, relational (e.g., efforts to harm the reputation or relationships of the targeted youth), and damage to property.
  • Between 1 in 4 and 1 in 3 U.S. students say they have been bullied       at school.The most common types are verbal and social bullying.
  • I don't know what to do anymore Amelia. Christian is so mean to me and so is everyone else... I just do not feel safe or welcomed anymore
  • camera follows Will down the school's hallway to Amelia during passing period. kids are standing around mingling while Will speaks to Amelia (his closest friend) Will says,"I don't know what to do anymore Amelia. Christian is mean to me & so is everyone else... I just don't feel safe or welcomed anymore." Amelia reassures Will that she is there for him & that he is perfect just the way he his by stating that,"Will you know I'm here for you. You can tell me anything. I'm here to listen. What's wrong?" She then says,"You are perfect just the way you are. It's your bully that needs help."
  • You are perfect just the way you are. It's your bully that needs help.
  • Later on during the day, Amelia couldn't help but continue to feel bad for Will &what he was going through. So she visited Principle Menendez. Camera follows Amelia to principles office/zooms out focusing on Amelia & Principle Menendez. Amelia states that,"Principle Menendez, I want to speak with you about Will. He is one of my best friends & is currently a victim of being bullied but doesn't want anyone to know." after listening to the issue Principle Menendez reassures Amelia that everything will be fine by stating,"Not to worry Amelia, I will handle it."
  • Not to worry Amelia, I will handle it.
  • Principle Menendez later gets a hold of all the bullies and has a serious talk with them. camera follows Principle Menendez throughout school and to a classroom where he reads everything written on the board to the bullies before they are given detention. For more information on bullying and how to prevent it please visit: www.stopbullying.gov
  • https://www.stopbullying.gov/media/facts/index.html
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