After practice the three girls walked toward the parking lot as they emptied a good portion of their water bottles from thirst. Mary’s mother was scheduled to pick up the girls today. Jenna noticed a certain look and a blush between Mary and Kevin as they waved goodbye to each other. Kevin was on the boy’s tennis team.
Her mother’s car window was rolled down and Kevin and his Mom were driving by. Jenna and Katie gave her a break. At least until there were no parents or a certain ‘boy’ around.
The ‘U’ will stand for, Understand our differences are okay.
The ‘L’ will stand for, Listen to one another.
The second ‘L’ stands for, Learn from each other.
And the ‘Y’ stands for, Yield- as in harvesting helpful ideas.”
2. Always stand up for yourself and others.
3. If someone is being bullied band spectators together around the victim if possible. Or:
4. Have someone get an adult.
5. Tell your parents, teachers, principal, etc. about a bully that does harm.
6. Let bad bullies know that the world will not put up with their nonsense.
7. Try to understand what a bad bully is going through if possible.
8. See if you can help bad bullies, and get them to become good B.U.L.L.Y.’s like us.”
-Bystanders are just as guilty as the bully if they don’t try to help. At the very least, get help from an adult! Don’t ignore it.
So I’m a bully because I have seen physical fights and didn’t stop them?” Asked Katie.
Thinking of that melted cheese just brings me to my knees.
Hoping for some pepperoni, that ain’t no baloney,” Jenna rhymed out loud.