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FC: Cyberbullying Stops Here

2: 43% of kids have been bullied 1 in 4 have had it happend more then once. - 58% of Kids have admit that they have sent a mean or harmful message my text or over the Internet 60% of kids in the 8th grade have been cyberbullied. 75% of 8th graders have bullied.

4: #1 | If a student is being cyberbullied they should tell someone and make sure that person knows about every time it has happened . Never let the person who is being bullied alone. Never retaliate the bully will jump back

5: Phoebe prince was the new girl in town and she was a very pretty girl. Phebe was "getting all of the boys" and the girls in her school were posting things that weren't true and it got to the point wear Phebe killed her self.

8: 5 Ways for Parents to Stop Cyberbullying. 1.) Limit the amount of usage your kid is on the internet. 2.)Know what you child is posting online 3.)Put a parental block on things that are inappropriate. 4.)Block all possible bullies. 5.)Talk to your kids about cyberbullying and how it affects others.

9: Cyberbullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another person. Girls are more likely to be cyberbullies and they are also targeted more than boys.

10: -58% of kids have not told their parents or an adult about mean or hurtful things that have been said to it. -58% have admitted that they have had mean or hurtful things to them online, 40% have admitted to it happening more than once. -53% have admitted to saying mean or hurtful things online, 33% admitted that they did it more than once. -42% of kids have been cyberbullied, 25% of kids have had it happen more than once. -35% of kids have been threatened online, 20% have had it happen more than once.

11: Ryan Halligan was born in Poughkeepsie, NY. When he moved away to Vermont in 6th grade, he was bullied even more when they all knew about his learning disabilities. He was bullied from 6th to 8th grade. He was called gay after telling a "friend" some close stuff, it was spread around. Over the summer he was IMing a popular girl from his school. When he got to school, he was going to talk to her. He was humiliated by her because the popular girl had told him that she thought it was funny to make him think she likes him.

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13: 42% of kids are bullied while they are on social online chat rooms and networks 35% of kids are threatened online and 20% of kids have had it happen 21% kids are cyberbullied by mean, threatening text messages or emails. 58% admit of being bullied online 40% have said it happens more than once. 53% have admitted saying mean things online or threw text messages

14: Megan Meier A girl on myspace believed there was a newboy from here hometown so she made a friends with this"newboy" when really it was a group of adults. When she found out who it really was they made fun of her, made her look bad and deleted her as friends. She later killed herself because of this group of adults.

15: 1.watch kids that are or would be most likely to be bullied (kids who don't stand up for themselves.) 2.Support the kids who are thought to be cyberbullied with counseling 3.Let parents know that their kids involved in cyberbullying. 4.Go over the negative effects of cyberbullying. 5.create a cyberbullying program to help stop it

16: Acceptable Use Policy Central's Acceptable Use Policy results in loss of privileges, suspension, detention, or expulsion for invasion of privacy of others, gambling, posting sexually oriented things, etc. Pittsfield Public Schools Acceptable Use Policy results in suspension or revocation in network privileges, internet access, and computer access. School suspension or expulsion. Legal prosecution can be done by the authorities, and financial responsibilities for broken or damaged software. Los Angeles Unified Acceptable Use Policy violation results in restriction or cancellation of the account, suspension , and the authorities get involved when you break any cyberbullying or any other kind of bullying. I think that Central should get the authorities involved like the other school districts have.

17: School discipline for cyberbullying The discipline actions that central has is central York school district is suspended and expulsion and loss of privileges. I agree with this but I do believe that the law enforce meant should be involved because it's against the law and it should be dealt with by the law to.

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