Upstanders In Action

Hembree Springs Feb 10th 2017

Making The Choice

The Hembree Springs Elementary Interact Club made this great video encouraging their classmates to "Make the Choice to Be THE Voice" by signing the banner. What a great way to get the students engaged and the banner serves as a great reminder to Be THE Voice!
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Active Bystanders Jan 5th 2017

Roswell High V.I.V.s

Several Roswell High School students were awarded Very Important Voice (V.I.V.) awards for supporting our anti-bullying program in their school and other schools in their community. Football players helped kick off Be THE Voice at local grade schools, another student helped put a stop to cyberbullyi
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Stop Bullying Stats Nov 13th 2016

24 mins = 56% Reduction

“At the heart of the Be THE Voice initiative is the belief that the student Bystander has the power to impact change when it comes to bullying. IF the bullying behavior is not tolerated by the Bystander, CHANGE will happen! We have seen this first-hand in the schools who participated in
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stop bullying month Oct 10th 2016

Stop Bullying Month

Be The Voice That Stops Bullying 2016Whereas,Over 13 million kids will be bullied this year, making it the most common form of violence experienced by young people in this nation; andWhereas,In the past 20 years, we have seen an escalation of bullying prevention programs using numerous techniques
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Very Important Voice Apr 14th 2016

Cottage School Gives 7 V.I.V. Awards

Be THE Voice recognized 7 students from The Cottage School (6 pictured) for the V.I.V. (Very Important Voice) Award on Thursday, April 14, 2016. These students were selected for embracing the Be THE Voice campaign and exhibiting outstanding UP-stander qualities. Thank you to Steven Palm
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Anti-bullying Program Apr 7th 2016

Impact of BTV by Prominent Principal

Michael, Debbie and Principal Kindra Smith recognize the first VIV (Very Important Voice) recipients at Elkins Pointe Middle School. The 3 students were selected by the staff in recognition of being active Bystanders. One of the recipients shared that she was motivated to speak up because of the Vi
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