Put a stop to bullying, embrace the holidays
Weeks after the 2016 Presidential Election, many parents are still struggling with the aftermath. The bad campaign behavior has spurred a surge in hate speech and bullying in schools and elsewhere. Much of the bullying is focused on race, ethnicity or gender.
1) Ask your children what’s been happening at school since the presidential campaign
2) Find out what the school policy and procedures are about bullying
3) Talk about what your children should do if they see or experience bullying
4) Familiarize yourself and your children with groups that are being targeted
To view the video of this KARE 11 News at 11 segment, play the video box above.
To read Marti’s tip sheet on putting a stop to bullying, click here.