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Transcript of Bullying
American schools hold 2.1 million bullies and 2.7 million of their victims
Estimated 160,000 children miss school every day due to the effects of bullying.
28% of U.S. students in grades 6-12 have experienced bullying.
1 in 10 students drop out of school because of bullying
Our Survey Results
Out of the students we have polled, 76% of them have been victims of bullying around school.
52% of the students polled admitted to informing another adult about being bullied. This is a big step in the right direction.
By: Samantha Porzio, Olivia Kawatski,
and Wyatt Ray
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Why do people bully?
There are a variety of reasons why people bully.
Statistics and Data
A big thanks to
Solution and Reflections
Presented by: Olivia Kawatski
Our conducted interview
Presented by Wyatt Ray
Violence and Bullying
We must at least attempt to stop bullying with simply our voice, and only use violence as a last resort.
District has a no-tolerance bullying policy in
There is a "bully box" located in the WCHS Media Center.
The staff at WCHS has little to no formal training on dealing with bullying.
Teachers however, are always intensely aware of their surroundings, and are on alert at all times, unlike the people below.
Most situations require an overview, and an overall observation of the situation in order to determine the correct and proper punishment.
Having family problems
The Bully Sees You As Being Different
Being bullied themselves
The bully is jealous
Having no friends and feel lonely
Effects on the bullied
increased risk of depression
Poor school adjustment
Effects on the bully and Bystander
increased use of tobacco, alcohol, or other drugs,
increased mental health problems, including depression, anxiety
miss or skip school
violence in adulthood
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US for all ages
One death by suicide in the US every 13 minutes.
Every day, approximately 105 Americans die by suicide.
An estimated quarter million people each year have attend suicide
Presented by James Stevenson
Each day this week we are making announcements to the whole school. Each day has a different fact.
Become anti-bully and save a life.
It has facts on bullying and what it can cause
This pledge was sent to different classrooms throughout our school.