Liberty Students Create Anti-Bullying Video

The Liberty Middle School Antibullying Ambassadors create a video to prevent bullying throughout the school and community.

The Liberty Middle School Antibullying Ambassadors recently submitted a video in order to participate in the “For Good” Video Contest hosted through SchoolClimate.org.  

After joining the Upstander Alliance, the Ambassadors were eager and excited to showcase what they are doing at Liberty that puts an end to bullying.  The Ambassadors came up with a catchy and fun take on how their club responds to bullying situations that arise on their school campus.

The club members are sort of like the school’s “Bully Patrol,” which showcases how they are actively involved in witnessing and calling out bullying when it’s happening.  With a bit of humor and slight exaggeration, the Ambassadors' true message is preserved in the video. The students are on the look out for bullying, they take a stand to intervene on the victims’ behalf and educate the offenders of their misbehavior which will hopefully encourage others to join the Ambassadors on the mission of ending bullying.  

Please click on this link to view their entry video.

Jack Durschlag May 15, 2012 at 05:01 PM
The anti-bullying video link was not working on this story earlier. It is working now. Thanks for your patience.
Cynthia Cumming May 15, 2012 at 06:04 PM
I love this idea! It would be great if all the schools did this and the town could compile it into something to show on the website; TV 35/46 in October for anti bullying month!


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