Ok, get ready Saratoga, Schoharie, Schenectady, Rennselaer, and Albany Counties! You have childen in your schools who are so upset about bullying that they are willing to sing about it! Here is their (and my) labor of love!
Florida teenager Rebecca Sedwick committed suicide over an alleged bullying incident. She jumped off a silo according to CNN.com. She would have been 13. Her mother posted a birthday message on Facebook that she would like you to read.
This is a first - to create a song with four different elementary classes in four different counties. The topic: bullying. We're on a mission to end it, and I want to do my part by helping to create a "jingle" with kids from all over the Capital Region.
I love social media, I do. Like anything it can be such a great way to keep in touch with the many people in your life that, with today's busy lives it would be so hard to stay in touch with. With any technology though, it does come with it's darker side.
Laura Fernee a 33 year old English woman says, she is just too pretty to work. it would seem that people in the workplace are just too shallow and can not seem to except her for her merits and intelligence and all they see is how beautiful she is. According to an article on Mail Online, she said, "I’m not lazy and I’m no bimbo. The truth is my good looks have caused massive problems for me when it comes to employment, so I’ve made the decision that employment just isn’t for me at the moment. It’s not my fault … I can’t help the way I look."
I met a group of fantastic kids who wouldn't even THINK of bullying another. That's a relief, because there is so much of it going around these days. I asked if they wanted to write a quick "Don't Be A Bully" jingle, and they were "all about it". Welcome to another stop on the Reading, Writing, and Rhyming Tour
This story is repulsive on so many levels. It's OK for a coach to be passionate about his team and to try to motivate his players. That's understandable. Sometimes you have to be tough and" lay the cards on the table" with them - but Mike- this behavior is absurd!
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