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Young Kids, Bullying Prevention and Inspiring Leaders

By | Be the One, Bullies2Buddies, elementary school, Hetrick-Martin Institute, Izzy Kalman, Kate Snow, Kathryn Otoshi, National Bullying Prevention Month, ONE, Pacer, parenting, Stan Davis, Tangled Ball, Thomas Krever, Uncategorized | No Comments

What perfect timing.  October is National Bullying Prevention Month and this morning I had a great conversation with an elementary school principal.  She brought up a great point.  She was worried that kids seem to react the opposite way when they…

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First Tangled Ball Award Ever Goes To…Stan Davis!

By | bullying, Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, elementary schools, high schools, middle schools, parenting, Stan Davis, Uncategorized, Youth Voice Project | No Comments

Stan Davis deserves an award just for the title of his first book alone: Schools Where Everyone Belongs. Isn’t that a beautiful concept? As a resource for schools, this book, co-authored with his daughter Julia, does not disappoint. It’s hopeful…

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It’s a Good Time to Talk to your School About Next Year’s plans for Bullying Prevention

By | bullying prevention, elementary schools, Have You Filled a Bucket Today?, Kathyrn Otoshi, leadership programs, ONE, parenting, Stan Davis, Uncategorized | No Comments

Some schools around the country are already out for the year. In the East, where I live, they only have a couple of more days before they’re free! Even if your school is already in vacation mode, it’s a good…

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