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#1
Bullying
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My high school reminds its students that they are the same. AMy school has teachers students can go to for help, and puts on events such as a “No H8 Week.” My school’s efforts help to remind students we are the same--and... (more »)
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Stop Bullying
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     At a school with 2,300 kids and 2,300 different personalities, my high schoolis preventing and stopping bullying. High Schools are known  for bullies, but why not try to stop them?       My... (more »)
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#3
Bullying
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It was the Monday after a week full of anti-bullying talks, exercises and preventions. Yik Yak had taken over the screens of our students’ phones the previous week. Hurtful words had been typed on this app where kids anonymously bullied.... (more »)
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#4
Bullying
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 As you walk into the hallway oyou observe pieces of paper littering every locker, each piece representing an effort made by the school to make every student feel appreciated. After the school had faced a bullying problem with an anonymous... (more »)
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#5
Bullying
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Sitting alone in a room full of people, I lay my head down and cover my face and my tears. I hear footsteps. “Hey, what’s going on here?” I peek one eye out of my sleeve and see a strange face. Who is this? And why... (more »)
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The Strongest Person I Know
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She is one of the strongest people I have ever met and whenever I see her, she is smiling and happy. But deep down, I know she’s hurting and sad. It hurts to hear about your best friend being the victim of bullying when you aren’t... (more »)
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My New Year's resolution is to make at least one person's day a little bit better every day. This is what I read on white board in my high school’s hallway. White boards were placed in every hallway for people to write positive... (more »)
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#8
Bullying
By , Nashotah, WI
High school is a festering corpse where sociopaths flourish.  I’ve seen relationships end the same day they began, and best friends become strangers.  Some people thrive in these four, short years, while others struggle to... (more »)
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#9
Helping Other
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Bullying has never been a part of my life. I've minimally seen it. The schools that I have been attending usually had no drama. That was until this past fall, I saw bullying happening every minute and couldn't make it stop. The app... (more »)
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#10
Bullying
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“192!” I hear my number called. My body stiffens. I hoist my skis up to the starting gate and concentrate on the task ahead. The crisp, cold air brushes against my face. My heart pounds. My body feels numb. The line ahead of me shortens... (more »)
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#11
A Dance For a Difference
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     Cliques. Laughter. Judgement. A room full of hundreds of people filter into groups of twelve. Wooden tables line up like a maze. Each table is oblivious to what is around them. Forty minutes to socialize with friends, feed... (more »)
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#12
Loneliness No More
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I walk into the lunchroom with a stomach craving for the usual chocolate milk carton and two beef tacos drenched in hot sauce.  As every minute passes, my stomach grumbles and I get hungrier and hungrier as I impatiently wait in... (more »)
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#13
Bullying
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Our entire lives revolve around technology, especially social media. Something starting out small has drastically taken over. Though it has benefits and can be used for good, people use social media to take bullying to the next level. Cyber... (more »)
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#14
Anti-Bullying
It blew up in the matter of two hours. Everyone had downloaded Yik Yak on their phones or other devices. People just waited to see who the next post would be directed towards. With every post came a new victim, sometimes more than one victim;... (more »)
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#15
Stop Bullying
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My high school is a populated school, and students find it hard to belong to a team or club, especially if they have a disability. Junior year, I was asked to start a dance club by the adviser of Best Buddies. Best Buddies is a club where... (more »)
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Promoting Positivity
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Students who live their lives unidentifiable in a school’s social scope is akin to an observer at a sporting match. Rather than being noticed, they do the noticing. They take note of scores and plays and history, while sitting on the... (more »)
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