Bullying can threaten students’ physical and emotional safety at school and can negatively impact their ability to learn. The best way to address bullying is to stop it before it starts. There are a number of things school staff can do to make schools safer and prevent bullying.

Assess Bullying In Your School Assess school prevention and intervention efforts around student behavior, including substance use and violence. You may be able to build upon them or integrate bullying prevention strategies. Many programs help address the same protective and risk factors that bullying programs do. Conduct assessments in your school to determine how often bullying occurs, where it happens, how students and adults intervene, and whether your prevention efforts are working.

 
 
Today; being the second addition to 1906's new official site I wanted to discuss warning signs. Warning signs are very important because they are the start of a very unhealthy victim. If you can tell someone is being bullied in a early stage. You have a great chance of preventing future harm to that person. 1906's motto is 'an ounce of prevention, is better than a pound of cure' so I edited a list of behavior you may notice is someone who might be being bullied. No matter what age, these symptoms are known to reflect on everyone. If you have seen some of the signs below on a person you know, talk to them. Try to get them to open up to you. And if that does not work; Tell an adult. This might make you feel like you are getting into other people's personal business. But if bullying is taken too far, it can and will cause a great amount of damage to this person, not only emotionally, but physically... Click Read More to see the list.