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BC: Stop Cyberbullying!

FC: Cyber- Bullying

1: Definition of Cyberbullying | STUDENT | 1.the use of the Internet and related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. 2.the use of cell phones, instant messaging, email , chat rooms or social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to harass, threaten or intimidate someone. 3.The electronic posting of mean-spirited messages about a person (as a student) often done anonymously.

2: Save the Evidence, Block the Bully, Or tell an adult. | Ways students can prevent Cyberbullying | Don't be a Bystander, be a friend. | Talk about bullying, report Cyberbullying, and use technology positively.

3: A Real- Life Story about Cyberbullying | Rachael Neblett was a seventeen year old high school student in Kentucky, who her sister said, was loving, caring, and outgoing. She started receiving anonymous threatening emails through her MySpace account, the summer of 2006. The emails were of a stalking nature. Some of the emails described details of her movements during classes and at school. Rachael's parents brought the emails to the principal, it was obviously a student at the same school. Rachael didn't want to see friends or go to school, after she received an email that said "I am going to put you in the hospital, I am going to put you in the morgue." She ended her life October 9, 2006.

4: Parent | A | There are no state laws about cyberbullying in schools.

5: This year we went on a class trip to the Legion of Honor. | Ways Parents can stop cyberbullying: 1. Be more active with what your child is doing 2. take action 3. Call other parents 4. Band together 5. Make the law more severe by creating a petition.

6: We had two concerts this year, in the fall and spring. | Phoebe prince, a student, hanged heRself As a result from cyberbulling.

7: . | TEACHER | The schools AUP don't bring up cyberbullying, but they have Children's Internet Protection Act, which protects students from explicit content. | They should enforce the cyberbullying rule. And the law that also protects the teachers from their students bullying.

8: Steps to stop Cyberbullying | 1. Take the situation seriously 2. Recognize the signs that someone is being bullied. 3. Ask if they will report them selves. 4. Don't delete any evidence. 5.make sure the parent or principal is aware.

9: A real Life Story A girl who grew up in Florida killed her self after she sent a nude picture or herself to a guy she liked. A girl then borrowed that guys phone and finds the pictures and sends the picture to all of his contacts. The school found out about the nude picture because of all of the talking behind her back. After the school found out they suspended her for the first week of 8th girl. When she returned to school the consluer found out that she had cuts on her legs and made her sign a paper to not cut herself anymore. And the next day she hung herself in her closet.

10: Principal | Our School's Disciplinary Code has nothing regarding cyberbullying. Only child protection for explicit content is mentioned. They should add that any kid who cyberbullies and is attending the same school, we will notify the parents, we will have it put on their school record, prohibit them from computer use at school, and expelled. When kids are afraid to go to school or online, we have to stop the bully from saying hurtful things to the victim.

11: Statistics: Fewer than 1 in 5 cyber bullying incidents are reported to law enforcement Only 1 in 10 teens tells a parent if they have been a cyber bully victim 34% of those who have had any engagement in cyberbullying have been both a cyberbully and been cyberbullied 84% have seen the people defend the person being harassed; 20.8% of the kids have been cyberbullied in their lifetime 13.3% have been cyberbullied by rumors online 14.3% have been cyberbullied by mean or hurtful comments online 67% of all teens say bullying and harassment happens more offline than online | % | % | % | %

12: A freshman in high school killed himself because he was being cyberbullied for being gay. The students bullied him by sending death threats to his phone and doing other things online. He had told his sister, that even his friends had turned on him and where also bullying him.

13: Thank you for reading, I hope you will help try and Stop Cyberbullying.

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