Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Make Your School Bully Free Making your school bully free must be a team effort, and everyone must do his/her part. Here are some suggestions for each group involved. 1. Teachers, principals, and counselors Every school should have an anti-bullying policy that is publicized and enforced. So that students will feel safe reporting bullying, there needs to be a private/safe way for students to make a report. 2. Targets – the students who are being bullied If you are being bullied, keep a record. Include information on what has happened, the people involved, dates, times, places, etc. If you’re the target of a bully, tell someone. Tell a parent, counselor, teacher, and/or principal. Also tell your friends. 3. Bullies – the students who are causing harm If you’ve been a bully in the past, examine your motives and try to change your thinking and your behavior. Bullies may have power temporarily, but they generally end up with very few friends. Statistics show that one in four bullies will have a criminal record before they are 30.