Sky Centers is Done with Bullying!
Sky Centers offers "Done with Bullying" workshops and mat chats during normally scheduled classes. We deal specifically with how and why we are committed to ending bullying.
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Learn the Anti Bully Pledge and earn a Sky Centers
"Done With Bullying" wristband!
Simply, come to Sky Centers and recite the pledge to a staff member and we will give you a free "Done With Bullying" wristband to show everyone your commitment as an upstander. Help us put an end to bullying!
Anti Bully Pledge
I believe everyone has the right to feel safe.
I will commit to standing strong against bullying.
I will treat others with respect and kindness.
I have the compassion to not be a bully, and the courage to not be a bystander.
It is my responsibility to help others who are being bullied, and report when I see it, or it happens to me.
There is always something I can do.
I will not stand by, I will stand up.
Do you know what to do when someone else is being bullied? In class you will learn the four rules on how to be an upstander not a bystsnder! Do you know how you should deal with bullying? As a student you will learn and practice the ways to deal with a bully by using "The Five Rules of Personal Safety."
Do you know when to use your Personal Safety Rules? Once you learn the five rules of personal safety you will practice them using the "Three Times Rule." To find out more about the "Three Times Rule," contact us at Sky Centers and we will be glad to assist you. Finally, you will develop the confidence and skills through role-playing and practice on how to become a buddy. Buddying is done by practicing acts of kindness.
You will learn key ways to become a buddy, such as:
True warriors are NOT bullies, they are Upstanders. Real heroes are NOT bullies, they are Upstanders. Martial arts masters and NOT bullies, they are Upstanders. Great leaders are NOT bullies, they are Upstanders. Don’t EVER mistake kindness for weakness. You have to be strong to choose to be kind.
Let’s all team up to stop bullying. Learn these steps: