My Quest To Teach

October 9, 2016

October is Bullying Prevention Month

October is Bullying Prevention Month






Bully Prevention Month kicked
off on Saturday, October 1.

The Center for Disease Control states that students who
are bullied are more likely to experience low self-esteem
and isolation, perform poorly in school, have fewer friends
in school, have a negative view of school, and experience
physical symptoms (such as headaches, stomachaches, or
problems sleeping) including mental health issues
(depression, suicidal thoughts, and anxiety).

Find out more about preventing bullying and regarding
Bully Prevention Month by visiting DCPS Bullying
Prevention webpage and resources provided by
My Quest To Teach








Duval County Public Schools

Bullying Prevention Links

Duval County Public School Links and Resources

The Official Anti-Bullying Video Collaboration
with Responsible ARTistry & Cut-n-Edge Cartoons

Whitehouse Conference on Bullying

Stop Bullying

Stop Bullying with My Quest To Teach





Prevent Bullying session at:
Arlington Country Day School
Jacksonville, Florida


Blog at

%d bloggers like this: