Wednesday, October 4, 2017:
Good morning Mansfield staff and students.
Welcome to the third day of Respect Week! We are here to talk more about respect and bullying. If you are being bullied or witness someone being bullied…. you need to have courage. The definition of courage is being without fear, having bravery, and having the quality of mind to face danger.
All of us get into difficult situations sometimes. Courage is being able to face these problems and overcome them. If you are being bullied, you need to stand up straight and tall, look the bully in the eye, and demand the bully to stop. If you witness someone being bullied, stand up and speak out against the bullying. Tell the bully to stop or call the victim over to you to get him or her out of the situation.
By standing up and speaking out against bullying, we can make Mansfield Elementary a school where everyone feels safe and accepted. We cannot stand by and allow fellow students to bully others. We have to let those students who bully know that it is wrong and will not be tolerated by anyone.
Have a great day and be respectful!
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