Getting Students Involved

This has been proven VERY EFFECTIVE in elementary schools around the country.

Here’s what you do.

First, assign 3 or 4 students as a Bully Prevention Crew.   Have them name it something cool.  Maybe B-Crew-4-U or something the student body can relate to.  Student council members are great for this.

The crew will work together to create anti-bully campaigns and projects to present to and get other students involved with.

I want to keep these blogs short, so I won’t go into the projects on this one.  I’ll put links below as I write the blogs for the projects.

They’re all very cool and your students will love them AND respond.  So watch for any new blogs.

Here they are:

Make A Movie
Slogan Contest

Creative Incentives
Make a Poster Contest

I appreciate your comments.

Dedicated to reducing bullying at your school!
Southern California’s Top Elementary School Assembly Performer


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    […] This is a great project for your Bully Prevention Crew (if you don’t have one yet, follow this link). […]

  2. T-Shirts - California Elementary Bully School Assemblies · August 24, 2014 Reply

    […] already figured out a great name for your Bully Prevention Student Crew.  Now, have them create a cool saying/logo to put on a T-shirt.  It can be the word […]

  3. Professional Posters and Banners - California Elementary Bully School Assemblies · September 13, 2014 Reply

    […] Here’s what you do. Get together with your Bully Prevention team or student council (Click here if you don’t have one yet). Create a budget (remember, you can also get sponsors:  Click […]

  4. Make A Poster Contest - California Elementary Bully School Assemblies · October 6, 2014 Reply

    […] have them attach it to the inside or outside of the class door. Have the judges (can be your Bully Prevention Task Force, PTA, student council or even an overall school vote) look at […]

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