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Irving Bears Anti-Bullying Pledge

“I agree to stand up against bullying and all forms of violence. I believe that everyone should be able to enjoy our school equally, feel safe, secure, and respected regardless of race, gender, popularity, athletic matter what!”

By saying this pledge I agree to:

  • To tell, if I see someone being hurt or in danger
  • Be an Upstander and not a bystander
  • Not join in by spreading rumors and gossiping
  • To solve problems in a peaceful way

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What is Bullying

Aggressive behavior may be bullying depending on what happened, how often it happens and who it happens to. Find out what bullying is and what the different types are. You can also learn more about other topics related to bullying. (

The Roles Kids Play

There are many roles that kids can play. Kids can bully others, they can be bullied, or they may witness bullying. When kids are involved in bullying, they often play more than one role. It is important to understand the multiple roles kids play in order to effectively prevent and respond to bullying. (


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