When You See Bullying | 5th Grade Students from Caloosa Elementary

Congratulations to this group of students from Caloosa Elementary in Cape Coral, Florida, who were given a script and tasked with creating a presentation. Their teacher shared “these students worked very well together to make sure they represented themselves and the school in a positive and creative manner. Several videos were sent to our Dean of Students to be voted on to submit, and their video was chosen.”

Kids Talk About When You See Bullying | Dr. Yuvraj Verma’s 5th Grade Classes Birmingham, Alabama

2023 Top Winner Kids, NBPC’s Students with Solutions Contest

SPEAK UP | Grade 5 Class at Empire Public School; Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

2023 Top Winner Kids, NBPC’s Students with Solutions Contest

Advice for others, from those involved in the video, on making real change includes:

  • If you bully, it makes no one happy. If you be kind, it makes everyone happy. Benny, Grade 5
  • Don’t give up and keep going. Jerry, Grade 5
  • Never give up on your dreams. Ammaar, Grade 5
  • Don’t bully. Be kind to others. Stand up to bullies. Jinah, Grade 5

When You See Bullying | Arlington 5th grade in collaboration with the 5th grade Belonging Club

2023 Top Winner Kids, NBPC’s Students with Solutions Contest

The 5th grade Belonging Club at Arlington in Tacoma, Washington, is a group of student leaders who help work on the feeling of belonging and wanting to be at our school. They identified bullying as an issue that made them feel like they didn’t want to be at school, which also effects attendance and academics. They decided to participate in this project as part of a desire to change the narrative. They wanted to be leaders in helping stop bullying. They enlisted the help of other students at their grade level to participate if they wanted to. The video is a combination of students from the Belonging Club and students in 5th grade that wanted to participate in making a difference to help stop bullying.

Be the Change—Responding to Bullying | Mrs. McBride’s Kindness Club at Mapleshade School

2023 Top Winner Kids, NBPC’s Students with Solutions Contest

This video helped to spark many important conversations with students and staff surrounding what bullying looks like, where it can happen, and ways that students can respond. The students discussed the responsibility that they have, along with their classmates, to stand up together against bullying. Following the presentation of the videos to the school, the school community as a whole was able to have further discussions about creating and maintaining a kind, supportive, and respectful school environment. The video helped to strengthen the importance of empowering students to stand up against bullying. Mrs. McBride

Cartoon Network | Redraw Your World Without Bullying

Learn about bullying that targets someone because of who they are or because of how they look.

How to Make Peace | Mrs. Concagh’s Class at Dogwood Elementary School

Top Entry in 2022, submitted by Mrs. Concagh’s Class at Dogwood Elementary School, NBPC’s “Students with Solutions”

Dogwood Elementary has a monthly broadcast that highlights student achievements and encourages students to make positive changes in our community. Our recent broadcast theme was “kindness,” and the students created videos to teach their younger peers how to prevent bullying, how to recognize it, and what to do if they see or experience it. We spoke about why bullying hurts, and how one child’s decision to stand up when they see something hurtful happening can make all the difference

Cyberbullying – Student Perspective | PACERTalks About Bullying: Season 3, Episode 23

Supporting a Peer Experiencing Bullying – Student Response | PACERTalks About Bullying: Season 3, Ep. 16

Ways to Support a Peer – 60 Second Response | PACERTalks About Bullying: Season 3, Ep. 15

Reasons Students Might Not Report Bullying – Student Response | PACERTalks About Bullying: Season 3, Ep. 13

Conversations About Bullying | PACERTalks About Bullying, Episode 31

In this week’s episode of PACERTalks About Bullying, middle and high school students talk about conversations around bullying. It’s not always easy to know what to say in a bullying situation, but the more you think about it, the more prepared you might be.

What Should You Do? Inclusion | PACERTalks About Bullying, Epsiode 29

“What Should You Do?” is the last installment this month for the theme of inclusion. In this week’s episode of PACERTalks About Bullying, elementary school students think about ways to respond to a situation involving a new student. They have some amazing insights and advice to share!

Student Interview: The Importance of Inclusion | PACERTalks About Bullying, Episode 28

The conversation about inclusion continues with this week’s installment of PACERTalks About Bullying. This week four students provide their perspective about inclusion and what they want others to know about this important topic.

What’s Inclusion and Why Does It Matter? | PACERTalks About Bullying, Episode 26

Learn how inclusion is defined and ways that we can all demonstrate it in our school and community.

What Should You Do? Peer Advocacy | PACERTalks About Bullying Episode 24

Insights and advice from students as they think through how to respond to real life bullying situations. In this video middle school students from a “peer advocacy” group explore how to handle a scenario in which a student with down syndrome is being bullied.

What Should You Do? Ways to Be There | PACERTalks About Bullying, Episode 19

Insights and advice from students as they think through how to respond to real life bullying situations.

Cyberbullying: More Questions Answered By Kids | PACERTalks About Bullying, Episode 16

Age 13 is when teens are typically able to sign up for many social media accounts. But does cyberbullying only start at age 13 when teens start getting these accounts? In this video we ask kids about this question and about all things cyberbullying. Check out their amazing responses.

All About Confidence | PACERTalks About Bullying, Episode 11

Bullying often impacts a student’s self-confidence. In this episode we interviewed students to learn more about what confidence means to them and how to build up confidence in yourself and others.

Kids Against Bullying Puppet Show | PACERTalks About Bullying, Episode 3

We are thrilled to have a very special guest on this week’s episode of PACERTalks About Bullying. Check out this awesome interview with Brad, a puppet in PACER’s Kids Against Bullying puppet show. Learn more about Brad in the Club Crew Bios.

What You Can Do

Kids talk about what can be done to prevent bullying.

Look Out For Each Other – Empathy (long version) | Bullying Prevention Initiative: For Kids

WQED and The Marcus L. Ruscitto Charitable Foundation have partnered to promote the “Know What’s Right, Do What’s Right” theme.

Pima Rock Band “Keep Your Eyes Open” PSA

Pima Rock Band is dedicated to those who inspire. Featuring music and other media created by students, PRB promotes leadership among youth in the community by taking an active role.