During National Bullying Prevention Month we witnessed countless inspring stories of standing up. Here are two videos that feature the Not In Our School model on the Disney Channel and KPIX in San Francisco.
Disney Channel Showcases Student Upstanders
Now you can tune into the Disney Channel to see an anti-bullying campaign in action!
Students at Sunset Ridge Middle School in Utah covered their campus with Post-it notes that contained messages such as, “Not in our school” and “Stop hate together.” Disney Channel picked up on the activity and is now featuring it as part of their Make Your Mark campaign, reaching nearly 100 million homes in the U.S.
Bikers Against Bullying: Not In Our School in Oakland
A Bay Area Harley club literally roared into two Oakland, CA elementary schools last week to kick off Not In Our School campaigns against bullying.
The Coastside Armada, a local Harley group, met with students during an interactive assembly and discussed the severity of stereotyping and how it can lead to bullying. Peralta and Esperanza elementary schools both held anti-bullying events with the bikers on Oct. 25, and also utilized student leaders to demonstrate the traits of an upstander, someone who sees bullying and does something to stop it.
San Francisco CBS affiliate KPIX came out to cover the event at Peralta. See what students had to say about the assembly by watching below.
Find out how to start an anti-bullying campaign on your campus with the Not In Our School Quick Start Guide.