Singing out against bullying at SSMS | liherald.com November 9, 2017 By: Ben Strack /Herald “I would come home crying almost every single day,” Lizzie Sider, a budding country pop singer and anti-bullying advocate, said to a room of several dozen girls on Nov. 2 in the library of South Side Middle School. “It got […]Continue reading
My BULLY PREVENTION VIDEO PACKAGE is now being used by 3,600 schools, which represents 2,400,000+ elementary and middle school students, and the number is growing DAILY. I can’t tell you how thrilled, and proud, I am! For those of you who are not yet familiar with my offer… If you are a Teacher, Principal, Superintendent, or Counselor, please take […]Continue reading
LIZZIE SIDER VISITS W.A. BESS ELEMENTARY By Gaston County Schools Country singer Lizzie Sider visited W.A. Bess Elementary School on Friday, April 29 to share her bullying prevention message with students. She sang several songs, including Taylor Swift’s anti-bullying tune “Mean” and her song “Butterfly” that’s based on her self-realization that she could rise above […]Continue reading
Listen and like this powerful song by Elise Estrada called Wonder Woman. Proceeds go to the Amanda Todd Legacy – Staying Strong Legacy Fund! “I hope one day I can write a song about bullying so when kids are alone, staring out the window crying, they can play my song and know that it’s not […]Continue reading
Slater Mapp (of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction) came to my bully prevention assembly at Davis Drive Elementary School. This is his video: SINGING WITH LIZZIE SIDER IN NORTH CAROLINA
Published on Apr 28, 2017 – Slater Mapp, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
18 year old, Top 40 singer, song writer and actress, Lizzie Sider, presented her original and solo Bully Prevention Assembly at schools throughout North Carolina April 24 through April 28, 2017.
Lizzie has visited with more than 150,000 kids, live, at nearly 400 elementary and middle schools throughout every corner of California, Texas, Florida, each of the 5 boroughs of New York City, Greater Washington DC, Nashville, TN, Phoenix, AZ, and now she can add North Carolina to her list. Her latest project, a free 36-minute video adaptation of her live assembly, is now being used in over 3,400 schools representing more than 2,250,000 students, worldwide. Lizzie is also becoming a sought after speaker at national conferences on education.
At these assemblies, Lizzie talks with the kids, interactively, sings with them, and builds greater awareness of the bully problem, including helping kids to deal with it and how to stop it. The theme song of the assembly, is Lizzie’s debut radio single, “Butterfly”, a Top 40 on the Nashville Music Row Chart, that Lizzie co-wrote about being bullied in early elementary school.
Stop the bullying: Activist, singer Sider opens NC school tour in Camden By Reggie Ponder Staff Writer Monday, April 24, 2017 CAMDEN — Singer-songwriter and anti-bullying activist Lizzie Sider told students at Camden Intermediate School Monday there are many reasons people bully others — but no good reasons. Sider, 18, also underscored the notion that […]Continue reading
Hey guys – I’m in NC and excited for my NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL TOUR which starts TOMORROW! I can’t say the name of tomorrow’s school because… it’s a SURPRISE!! 😀Continue reading
Thanks Jenny for this awesome article! SO pumped for North Carolina!!! #NHTPTRYD #Butterfly #schooltour #ontheroadagain Anti-bullying country pop star to perform in Lewisville By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal April 18, 2017 When Lizzie Sider was in elementary school, she was bullied relentlessly and came home crying almost every day. Now a country pop star, the […]Continue reading
My FREE BULLY PREVENTION VIDEO PACKAGE is now being used by 3,400 schools, which represents more than 2,250,000 elementary and middle school students all across our country and beyond – and the number is growing DAILY. This makes me so proud. Get my Package for YOUR SCHOOL today!Continue reading