East Broadway Students Promote Anti-Bullying Atmosphere

Youngsters at school in Seaford recognized after performing in Get a Voice assembly.

Some students at East Broadway Elementary School in Seaford were recently recognized for doing their part to discourage bullying.

The Levittown School District students were given certificates after a performance during the school-wide Get a Voice assembly. Get a Voice is an anti-bullying program that promotes positive language and a sense of responsibility in the school community.     

Team Dawg January 22, 2013 at 10:53 PM
As authors of children's books and workshop presenters on the subject of bullying we could not be prouder to see such a great group of students making a difference. Bullying is a problem that can be resolved if we all work together. Teamwork and communication are the keys to solving any problem. Team Dawg salutes you for joining our cause! Great Job!
Retiredbutstillhere January 23, 2013 at 03:34 AM
What about the teacher bully? Do they offer workshops for parents?
Team Dawg January 23, 2013 at 02:02 PM
Team Dawg is all about recognizing and celebrating the Everyday Heroes that are in our communities. The importance of positive role models is essential in building good character on our children. We stress this in our books and our workshops in schools. While what we do is geared toward children the message is appropriate for all. Although we do not do workshops for adults we will discuss our views and works with any group.


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