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  • Bullying can take place anywhere and anytime. Most adolescences experience or witness bullying while entering elementary school all the way through high school. 
  • The young girl looks down with a face a sadness and embarrassment; too scared to speak up for herself around other classmates.
  • Leave her alone! She did nothing to you for you to be saying mean stuff to her.
  • Your skirt looks like your mom's from the 50s! It's so ugly! *laughs*
  • Let's go before she saying stuff about us!
  • Amber, we will go to the school with you Monday morning to discuss the situation with the principle to get it straightened out. You will not be friends with a girl just because you're scared of her!
  • EW! you're a sixth grader! GET OUT! Only seventh graders are allowed in this bathroom!
  • *I need to hurry before she says anything to me*
  • Second altercation Amber has witness Evelyn bullying someone.
  • Amber due to your behavior and several complaints from your teachers and classmates your counselor Ms. Rodriguez and I have decided to change your classes around. We will be having a conference with your parents discussing the reasons behind our decision. 
  • We hope with your new schedule you are less distracted and there are less confrontation with other students. 
  • Students Ambar Stillo has been added to our class and we all hope you welcome her with open arms! 
  • *laughs with nervousness* yeah we're going to be together all the time!
  • OMG! Lisette they put me in all your classes! They thought they were going to keep me from trouble but now they're in trouble *laughs*
  • Mom, I have seen this girl push, scream, and make fun of other girls for no reason. I don't say anything because I'm scared she will do that to me. I will rather be her friend just to avoid the drama. 
  • The parents hope that the conference with the principle will benefit for their daughter. They will hopefully change Amber's schedule again avoiding their daughter in any of her classes so Amber's more focused. 
  • Honey, you have to speak up for what you know is wrong. She will not stop unless she is confronted with the consequences and know how she can really effect other students. 
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