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GuidanceBullying: the intellectual,  physical, emotional, psychological, sexual and spiritual intimidation of an individual. Bullying if not checked can cause serious mental, emotional and physical damage to any child or adult.
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Tips and Advice
1. Students: Don't Let others intimidate or frighten you in anyway to do anything.
2. Parents: Protect your child and let them know you are there for them.
3. Teachers: Under no circumstances should you let it to exist in any form in your class and school. Be the responsible adult, defend those being harassed and report those doing the intimidation. Make your class and school a safe zone.
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Tips and Advice
1. Students: If someone is harassing you online, de-friend them, block their emails or texts. Tell your parents, teachers and even the police if need be. You can control what comes to your screen or monitor.
2. Parents: Monitor what your child reads and emails. You as a parent need to take charge of the communication system. Move the computer where you can observe what is being watched. Install programs available (many free) to help protect those you love.
3. Teachers: Be aware and vigilante to your students signs of stress. Often they will exhibit their concerns and distress in both obvious and not so obvious ways. Work with them and their parents to gain self confidence and trust in their own self worth. Remember the greatest thing one teacher can give a student is a solid foundation.