Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Bystanders are Key Bystanders are the key to preventing and stopping bullying. When those nearby do nothing, bullies often feel encouraged to continue, or even increase, their bullying. If you see someone being bullied, here’s how you can help.  Tell the bully to stop what he/she is doing. How this is best done depends on the situation and the people involved. It may take something as simple as, “Hey Jake, come on, leave him alone.”  Ask the person who is being bullied to walk away with you and your friends.  If it seems dangerous to step in, or if you don’t feel comfortable saying anything, talk to the student who was being bullied later. Let him/her know that you are sorry for what happened and offer your support.  Report any bullying you witness in school to a teacher, counselor, or principal.