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no bullying zone

Ashland, KY

#1 Dec 7, 2012
i have heard i have seen disrespect and girls bullying each other and i want to know when are the school officials going to act in this manner, they know it i am fully aware but have a lack of back bone to do anything about it so far, it's not the coaches if you would support the rules and enfore them you put people in positions and they have rules knowing and unknowlying and that is due to a lack of commitment and communication wake up already before it gets worse like it could there is too much drama between girls, and puts kids on edge to where they can no longer focus on what their goals are and giving it there best, you know who the problems are but take a stand and be done with it instead of putting so many people thru unnecessary stress you run good people off by allowing this to continue
Agree

Winchester, KY

#2 Dec 8, 2012
no bullying zone wrote:
i have heard i have seen disrespect and girls bullying each other and i want to know when are the school officials going to act in this manner, they know it i am fully aware but have a lack of back bone to do anything about it so far, it's not the coaches if you would support the rules and enfore them you put people in positions and they have rules knowing and unknowlying and that is due to a lack of commitment and communication wake up already before it gets worse like it could there is too much drama between girls, and puts kids on edge to where they can no longer focus on what their goals are and giving it there best, you know who the problems are but take a stand and be done with it instead of putting so many people thru unnecessary stress you run good people off by allowing this to continue
it is an age old problem but I agree it has gotten worse heck I see some of the adults bully each other at school people are so cold and self centered these days and out to make themselves look good and I'm sure the kids see and model this yes people need adults too to treat each other better
parents not just school

United States

#3 Dec 8, 2012
Why do we immediately ask what the school is going to do instead of what parents are going to do? If more parents would step up and put a stop to their kids bullying instead of acting like their kids never do anything then things would be a lot better. Anymore we expect the schools to take care of everything bullying, drugs, teen pregnancy, everything. Why don't we expect parents to do their job anymore?
Agree

Winchester, KY

#4 Dec 8, 2012
parents not just school wrote:
Why do we immediately ask what the school is going to do instead of what parents are going to do? If more parents would step up and put a stop to their kids bullying instead of acting like their kids never do anything then things would be a lot better. Anymore we expect the schools to take care of everything bullying, drugs, teen pregnancy, everything. Why don't we expect parents to do their job anymore?
People are getting meaner these days it takes the families and the schools working together to solve this I've witnessed so much meanness out of adults lately that the kids sure don't surprise me yep adults parents schools do the right thing and hopefully the kids will notice and start doing the same
best

West Liberty, KY

#5 Dec 8, 2012
Best way to stop a bully is for the parents to be parents. They don't need to be afraid to make thier children mind. They also don't need to take up for thier child. Thinking thier child is perfect. This includes school staff as well as parents of the students in thier classes. I have seen school staff kids that are just as bad acting as other kids and the parents think they are not doing anything wrong.LOL
Plus parents and staff need to be role models for the kids. Showing them how to behave.
But to be honest it has been my experience the best way to really and truly stop a bully is to stand up to that bully. Nine times out of ten they will back down. And even if you do get hurt or punished in the long run, you won't have to worry about that bully or any other bully. We need to teach our kids ways to handle these bullies, even if it means being aggressive.
I had a great niece when she was eight being bullied by a child. We finally told her the next time that child bullied her to smack them down. Well she did, right in front of the bully's mother.LOL The mother didn't say a thing and the bully never tried her nonsense on my great niece or anyone else. My great niece never was and hopefully never will be a bully, but she will stand up for herself.
Agree

Winchester, KY

#6 Dec 8, 2012
best wrote:
Best way to stop a bully is for the parents to be parents. They don't need to be afraid to make thier children mind. They also don't need to take up for thier child. Thinking thier child is perfect. This includes school staff as well as parents of the students in thier classes. I have seen school staff kids that are just as bad acting as other kids and the parents think they are not doing anything wrong.LOL
Plus parents and staff need to be role models for the kids. Showing them how to behave.
But to be honest it has been my experience the best way to really and truly stop a bully is to stand up to that bully. Nine times out of ten they will back down. And even if you do get hurt or punished in the long run, you won't have to worry about that bully or any other bully. We need to teach our kids ways to handle these bullies, even if it means being aggressive.
I had a great niece when she was eight being bullied by a child. We finally told her the next time that child bullied her to smack them down. Well she did, right in front of the bully's mother.LOL The mother didn't say a thing and the bully never tried her nonsense on my great niece or anyone else. My great niece never was and hopefully never will be a bully, but she will stand up for herself.
All very true there are adult bullies kids see it at school they see bossy bully know it all adults staff they see it at home in the neighborhood and the community it's time for adults to set good examples be fair and act right for the kids sake
boy wonder

United States

#7 Dec 8, 2012
To the original poster -- holy run-on sentence Batman!
so mean

Irvine, KY

#8 Dec 11, 2012
put them in home schooling any parent has the right to do this it is legal.
not really

West Liberty, KY

#10 Dec 11, 2012
My idea wrote:
If a child is bullying your child, get a warrant for the bully and have them charged with assault, terroristic threatening or whatever an appropriate criminal charge is. Once the parent of the bully has to miss work to take the little monster heathen to juvenile court, and once it costs the bully's parent some money, that parent will make the bully behave.
Not really. That parent will just bad mouth everyone else and the child will do it again. Most children have at least one parent that don't work so that will not work. If the judge would throw the book at the parent and the child that would work. For exmaple make a parent go to school and set with their child several days and let them see just what happens. Or making the parent and child do some kind of community service together on the same day. Or better yet give both some jail time.
not really

West Liberty, KY

#11 Dec 11, 2012
Not only that all bullying is not of the aggressive nature. It can be verbal abuse such as telling a child thier clothes are not good enough, or that they are fat, ugly to short, to tall. Or that they are trash. For those types of bullying you can't get court orders against. I, too think when all else fails, the bully needs the crap beat out of them. One time is all it will take and that bully will back down.
Bullies

AOL

#12 Dec 11, 2012
Bullies dont get guidance at home.They actually crave discipline and guidance.They want to be caught and punished.It makes them feel necessary.If parents fail to discipline,and the school fails to discipline,then the next stop is the prison system.There they find discipline.There they find purpose.There they get attention.Ask Tbones.
receptionist

Florence, KY

#13 Dec 11, 2012
CRY BABY CRY!! PAMELA!!! YOU LUCKY THAT YOUR SKANK DAUGHTER DID'T GET WORSE CASE SCENERIO!!!! DO YOU EVEN WATCH THE NEWS? OH THAT's RIGHT,,,,YOU CAN'T AFFORD CABLE!!!!
Pamela

Winchester, KY

#14 Dec 11, 2012
receptionist wrote:
CRY BABY CRY!! PAMELA!!! YOU LUCKY THAT YOUR SKANK DAUGHTER DID'T GET WORSE CASE SCENERIO!!!! DO YOU EVEN WATCH THE NEWS? OH THAT's RIGHT,,,,YOU CAN'T AFFORD CABLE!!!!
you know, not a one of these are me...wow elmer, you losing it ainchya?

Hey, my daughter is in London England having tea with the queen. Shej's going places ....are you?

NO!! unless it's to save a lot and back....ROFLMBO@U a nobody.
receptionist

Florence, KY

#15 Dec 11, 2012
you wish it was elmer, you worthless mom! YOUR DAUGHTER MADE SURE that she got FREE of you!!! i TAUGHT her, MORE THAN YOU DID. lick yourself, dog.
daddy love

Winchester, KY

#16 Dec 12, 2012
the only thing you can teach is papapapapoker facing.
anti bullying

London, KY

#19 Jan 16, 2013
not really wrote:
Not only that all bullying is not of the aggressive nature. It can be verbal abuse such as telling a child thier clothes are not good enough, or that they are fat, ugly to short, to tall. Or that they are trash. For those types of bullying you can't get court orders against. I, too think when all else fails, the bully needs the crap beat out of them. One time is all it will take and that bully will back down.
there are laws that protect kids from being bullied in school what is lee county doing about it I guess it will depend on who the parents are and who they don't want to make mad
not really

West Liberty, KY

#20 Jan 16, 2013
Making fun of someone because they are not wearing name brand clothes, or telling them they are ugly, to short, to tall etc...Cannot be punished by laws that protect children and people from physical bullying. The reason is it is just your word against theirs. There isn't any physical proof like bruieses, red marks etc when thier is physical bullying. SO the law's hands are tied at what they can do. Same with the school staff. They can only do so much with name calling etc....That is the reason, I say those kids need to be taken down a notch or two by physical means. Most of the time that will stop it and actually worth the consquences for the child being bullied. My great niece did this to a child in the third grade when the child wouldn't shut up about my great niece wearing yard sale clothes. It got to the point we told her to knock her block off as the school wasn't doing anything. Once my great niece slapped the child it stopped. That bully never did bully any other child and my great niece did not become a bully either.
ELMER

Richmond, KY

#21 Jan 16, 2013
Pamela wrote:
<quoted text>you know, not a one of these are me...wow elmer, you losing it ainchya?
Hey, my daughter is in London England having tea with the queen. Shej's going places ....are you?
NO!! unless it's to save a lot and back....ROFLMBO@U a nobody.
Well I did not make the post you were replying to. The reason you and your daughter now live in Winchesteris she could make more money on those streets than on the streets of Beattyville. You had to go to coach her. After all you had decades of of advice in that field.

Since: Nov 12

New York City

#22 Jan 17, 2013
best wrote:
Best way to stop a bully is for the parents to be parents. They don't need to be afraid to make thier children mind. They also don't need to take up for thier child. Thinking thier child is perfect. This includes school staff as well as parents of the students in thier classes. I have seen school staff kids that are just as bad acting as other kids and the parents think they are not doing anything wrong.LOL
Plus parents and staff need to be role models for the kids. Showing them how to behave.
But to be honest it has been my experience the best way to really and truly stop a bully is to stand up to that bully. Nine times out of ten they will back down. And even if you do get hurt or punished in the long run, you won't have to worry about that bully or any other bully. We need to teach our kids ways to handle these bullies, even if it means being aggressive.
I had a great niece when she was eight being bullied by a child. We finally told her the next time that child bullied her to smack them down. Well she did, right in front of the bully's mother.LOL The mother didn't say a thing and the bully never tried her nonsense on my great niece or anyone else. My great niece never was and hopefully never will be a bully, but she will stand up for herself.
a child that bullies at the school is most likely the perfect child at home. it is one childs word against another, who is the parent going to believe, there child or someone elses? when a child is in the custody of the school, it is the schools responsability to protect that child.
ELMER

Richmond, KY

#23 Jan 17, 2013
say-my-name wrote:
<quoted text> a child that bullies at the school is most likely the perfect child at home. it is one childs word against another, who is the parent going to believe, there child or someone elses? when a child is in the custody of the school, it is the schools responsability to protect that child.
Pamela!

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