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What is Behind Centennial’s No Bullying Policy

Brenda Valdez, News Staff

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Bullying is a growing issue in the high school environment. Online, verbal, and physical bullying are all pieces of it. Movies and presentations have been used to try and stop it. Rachel’s Challenge- an anti-bullying campaign, and Cyberbully the movie feature the main idea of cyber bullying and the effect. These films and documentaries bring awareness and accountability for those suffering and those in the wrong.

Students are being bullied for many things some having to do with material possessions, or having nice things like newest computer or phone. Some students can’t afford these things. Students are being bullied for their clothes; clothes that are hand-me-downs, or bought thrift shops and cheaper stores. They’re being bullied because they can’t do things like read well, or perform math well. They’re being bullied because of special needs or mental illnesses.

Many people have given their opinions are on this issue. Most said that bullying has really not been an issue for them in high school. Some people may not know they’re being a bully. They may think they’re joking and it’s funny.  

Centennial, like every other high school, has bullies but when there are altercations the staff takes care of it. Frau (Ms.) Moosburger has made it very clear to her classes that bullying will not be tolerated. Physical, mental, and cyber bullying she will not tolerate it and will take care of it. Many teachers here at Centennial are very passionate about no bullying, therefore, there’s very few bullies.

Bullying is something we can’t change, but we can make a difference and bring change to the schools! Help a person you see being picked on, be a friend they can trust.

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