Standing up against bullying: Bystanders, teachers can play a key role
Lisa Gillette said she sets the tone immediately in her health classes at Geneva High School: Bullying will not be tolerated.
Gillette said she addresses that right from the start. And if she hears a student say something unkind about another student, the offending student must give three compliments to the target.
But while she said she tries to create a friendly environment, she knows it’s still possible bullying happens on her watch.
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