Bullying causes unfortunate tragedies that are dominating the news, causing permanent scars and suicide in ages as young as 6 years old. Bullying, once an unspoken problem is more openly talked about, publicized, and seen in this generation.
Indicators of School Crime and Safety, which showed that one third of teens reported being bullied while at school. About 20 percent of teens had been made fun of by a bully, 18 percent of teens had rumors or gossip spread about them, 11 percent were physically bullied, such as being shoved, tripped, or spit on, 6 percent were threatened, 5 percent were excluded from activities they wanted to participate in, 4 percent were coerced into something they did not want to do, and 4 percent had their personal belongings destroyed by bullies.
That is why we are pleased to bring you the Bully Buzz Safety Watch No Bully No Suicide Project. Click here for more information and learn how you can get involved.