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Help Your Child Recognize the Signs of Bullying
Help Your Child Recognize the Signs of Bullying
Josh Phillips
Friday, October 16, 2020

October is National Bullying Prevention Month.  Please partner with us to ensure that no child is bullied at Macks Creek School. “Children may not always realize that they are being bullied. They might think it is bullying only if they are being physically hurt; they might believe the other child is joking; or they may not understand the subtle social norms and cues. Children can benefit from a definition of the differences between friendly behavior and bullying behavior. The basic rule, which is not a legal or comprehensive definition: Let children know bullying is when someone is being hurt either by words or actions on purpose, usually more than once, feels bad because of it, and has a hard time stopping what is happening to them (2016, 2012, 2003, PACER Center, Inc. | ACTion Sheet: BP-2)”. To read the entire article entitled “Help your Child Recognize the Signs of Bullying” please visit: https://www.pacer.org/publications/bullypdf/BP-2.pdf.