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School Folders Help Highlight Important Health and Safety Education Campaigns

One of the best elements of using school folders as an educational tool, as we see it, is that they are incredibly versatile. Not only do they lend themselves to a wide variety of issues and topics (more below), but

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Engaging Students Creatively

Engaging students isn’t as easy as it used to be. With so many media and communication options, and such constant stimulation (some might say overstimulation) getting one single message across can be incredibly difficult. We’ve found that our folders are

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School Folders For Raising Awareness: Making Strong Impressions

In our work to support local and national initiatives for youth health and safety, we’ve seen first hand how valuable of a role our simple folders can make when utilized as part of a combined effort to educate and inform

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Anti-Bullying Efforts Must Be Community-Wide, No Exceptions

One of the saddest facts about bullying is that bullies most often target students who are already feeling left out and have low self esteem. These students are less likely to stand up to the bully, so if no one

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Tips on How to Stop Someone from Bullying

At some point in your time at school you will probably experience some sort of bullying. Bullying is any action that hurts, offends, or makes another person feel bad. Bullying is unacceptable, and no person should have to deal with

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Bullying Checklist

1. Know what Bullying is Bullying can be someone saying mean things about you, hurting you, or threatening you. You may not realize a person is a bully just from looking at them, and you yourself may not realize that

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Bullying & Cyberbullying Tips for Students

How do we define bullying and cyberbullying? Bullying is the act of making someone feel scared, left out, or bad about themselves because of how you treat them. Cyberbullying is making them feel this way using your computer or phone.

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Bullying & Cyberbullying Tips for Parents

How do we define bullying and cyberbullying? Bullying is intentional, aggressive behavior that involves an imbalance of power or strength. Usually, it is repeated over time. Traditional bullying includes physical and verbal aggression, gestures, intentional social exclusion, and intimidation. Cyberbullying

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Anti-Bullying Efforts: Who Is Most At Risk for Bullying?

Over the last decade, awareness of the prevalence of bullying has grown significantly. Thankfully, there are quite a few dedicated anti-bullying organizations at work nationally, as well as some effective, targeted programs that have been executed in individual communities. Bullying

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