JOIN LIZZIE TOMORROW AT AASA – SOCIAL MEDIA LOUNGE 2:30PM

Join LIZZIE tomorrow at 2:30pm in the SOCIAL MEDIA LOUNGE (AASA, The School Superintendents Association National Conference on Education). She will talk about her personal story, her nation-wide bully-prevention campaign and the role social media has played in making her voice heard. While you are there, be sure to get Lizzie’s FREE bully-prevention packet for […]

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PRESENTATION at the AASA (The School Superintendent’s Association) NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION – March 3, 2017

On Friday, March 3rd, LIZZIE will speak at the AASA (The School Superintendents Association) National Conference on Education in New Orleans, LA. She will talk about her bully-prevention campaign and the role social media has played in making her voice heard. Lizzie has visited over 350 schools across the country, and her bully-prevention program is now in 3,300+ […]

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WEBINAR – THE POWER OF THE ADMINISTRATOR: BULLY PREVENTION by Lizzie Sider – March 21, 2017

WEBINAR – THE POWER OF THE ADMINISTRATOR: BULLY PREVENTION by Lizzie Sider American Federation of School Administrators DATE:  March 21, 2017 @ 2:00-2:30pm EST An passionate advocate for bully prevention and 18-year-old recording artist, Lizzie Sider, together with AFSA Vice President, Lauran Cherry, will host a webinar followed by a Q&A on how administrators can […]

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WHAT WOULD YOU DO, if….. ?

Your NINE YEAR OLD CHILD gets attacked and injured (possibly permanently) by a jealous ‘friend’… The school tires to cover it up… What would YOU do, if … you were her parents …you were the judge? Girl injured in horrific bully incident; school calls it an ‘accident’

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TEACHING KIDS NOT TO BULLY (Kids Health)

Read this great article by KIDS HEALTH called “Teaching Kids Not To Bully“.  The last paragraph sums it up wisely: “As difficult and frustrating as it can be to help kids stop bullying, remember that bad behavior won’t just stop on its own. Think about the success and happiness you want your kids to find in […]

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