Monday, October 10, 2016

Girl Scouts Take Action to End Bullying


In observance of Bullying Awareness Month, one Girl Scout created this PSA to bring awareness to the sad fact that 6 of 10 teens witness bullying at least once a day

School-age bullying happens every day, but too often heads are turned and incidents go unreported. The cliques. The eye rolling. The taunting. The rumors. It may not look like it, but it’s still bullying.

So this month, remember to teach your Girl Scouts to recognize the signs of bullying and how it's better to be a friend than a bully and a bystander. 


Learn more about how you can safely prevent bullying and Texas laws against it by going to stopbullying.govFor more about Girl Scout activities and programs, visit gssjc.org for more information about what your local Girl Scouts are doing to combat bullying.