Sixth Annual National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
Calls on Communities to Unite
The Time to Act Against Bullying is Now!
This year marks the sixth anniversary of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Month that unites communities nationwide to raise awareness of bullying prevention. Traditionally held the first week in October, the event has been expanded to include activities, education, and awareness building for the entire month.
June 6th through June 19th Makenzie was speaking and encouraging 8th graders at Clearview Middle School to take the pledge and unite against bullying.
Mackenzie meets Brownie Troop 367 and share’s The Bullying Stops Here video.
Mackenzie is a special guest speaker at J. Mason Tomlin Anti Bullying awards ceremony.
Spoke with Clearview Regional Middle School Staff about taking the pledge to end bullying.
Mackenzie visits the Boys & Girls club of Harlem and distributes the TBSH Bands.
In support of National Bullying Awareness month TBSH distributes “The Bullying Stops Here Bands” and collects over 500 pledges to be bully free.
Make Oct. 20, 2010, the day that bullying prevention is heard about the world! From California to Connecticut, from Minnesota to Mississippi, join together and shout, “The End of Bullying Begins with Me!” Then keep the message moving, from North America to Europe, from South America to Africa, from Australia to Asia. Stand with others around your town and around the world to raise awareness of an issue that has affected so many for so long. Whether you are a student or a parent, with a school or an organization, raise your voice any way you can. Sing it, say it, tweet it, text it, blog it, post it, dance it. Efforts large and small are all equally important. Together, we can make 10.20.10 a day that touches, connects, and changes the lives of people worldwide.
Mackenzie partners with Clearview Regional Middle School to “Band Bullying”
“Band Bullying” exchange at Mantua Twp Community Day
America’s Next Top Model features bullying episode with Demi Lovato… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNYrRbZx_DY
The Bullying Stops Here listed as a Champion for PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month.
Mackenzie gets 107 people to take the pledge that ” The End of Bullying Begins with them!”
The End of Bullying Begins With Me – Digital Petition signed by Mackenzie Ann 12, Mantua, NJ #1352.
NJ Bullying Commission recommends strengthening state law to protect children from bullies. This recommendation is being made to the NJ Legislature as well as the Governor. The commission was able to do this based on the witnesses of those who publicly testified, submitted written testimony, and otherwise shared their thoughts with the commission.
The Bullying Stops Here launches website on October 4th in conjunction with National Bullying Prevention Awareness Week.
Mackenzie respectfully requests New Jersey’s Governor Jon Corzine to proclaim October 4th-10th as Bullying Prevention Awareness Week.
Featured at J.M.T Bullying Kick Off Assembly.
The Bullying Stops Here multimedia presentation created.
Mackenzie selected as grand prize winner (second place) for her Shining Star Bullying Poster.