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Students and Educators from These Schools, Universities and Organizations Stand United
Against Bullying

 

Schools:

High Point Central

Dudley High School

Greensboro Day School

Greensboro College Middle College

Early College at Guilford

Middle College at GTCC-
High Point

Ledford High School

Weaver Academy

Eastern Guilford High

North Olmsted High

Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School

Middle College at GTCC-Greensboro

Ragsdale High School

Page High School

Northwest Guilford High

Southwest Guilford High

Smith High School

Grimsley High School

Southeast Guilford High

Middle College at GTCC-Jamestown

Western Guilford High

Academy at Smith

Bishop McGuinness

Caldwell Academy

Northern Guilford High

Andrews High School

Universities and Colleges:

Guilford College

Davidson College

Duke University

Appalachian State University

North Carolina State University

North Carolina A&T State University

Johnson and Wales University

Elon University

Culinary Institute of America

Duke Divinity School

General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church

Wake Forest University

Guilford Technical Community College

Gardner Webb University

Western Carolina

UNC-Asheville

UNC-Chapel Hill

UNC-Charlotte

UNC-Greensboro

UNC-Wilmington

Washington University,
St. Louis

Organizations:

Lincoln and Associates

Faith Action International House

Westminster Presbyterian Church

Greenlight Counseling

Bouvier Kelly

United Way Greater Greensboro

United Way of Greater
High Point

Church of the Redeemer UCC

Vandalia Presbyterian Church

Win-Win Resolutions

 

 


Not in Our Schools: Stand United Against Bullying

As the painful and sometimes tragic consequences of bullying are being brought to the national spotlight, NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad is helping young people across our region take a stand against bullying and harassment.

Fueled by our mission — to build a community free of bias, bigotry and racism — we trained more than 70 of our Anytown Ambassadors at an Anti-Bullying Conference on October 27, 2010. They are working within their schools, teaching their peers how to speak up.

More than 1,100 of us have affirmed a simple but crucial pledge (see below). You can go to our Facebook site and add your name to the list! You can also download a pledge card to be added to the list. Plus, click here for Guilford County Schools' anti-bullying poster.

Spreading the word

Click on the images below to hear how our students and the media are talking about anti-bullying initiative.






WFMY-2
October 28, 2010:
"Battling Bullying"

 


 



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WXII-12,
October 27, 2010:
"Anti-Bullying Conference"

 









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News and Record, Oct. 30, 2010;
WFDD
, Oct. 28, 2010




The Pledge: "I Will Not Stand Idly By..."

"I agree with the General Assembly of North Carolina that there is no place for bullying and harassment in our schools.

Bullying or harassing behavior includes, but is not limited to, acts reasonably perceived as being motivated by any actual or perceived differentiating characteristic, such as race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, socioeconomic status, academic status, gender identity, physical appearance, sexual orientation, or mental, physical, developmental, or sensory disability, or by association with a person who has or is perceived to have one or more of these characteristics."

Be willing to affirm that:

"I am concerned about the deadly consequences of bullying. I will not stand idly by while others are bullied or harassed. I pledge to be an ally for those who are not able to stand up for themselves. I pledge to make my school/ community a place of respect and understanding for all."