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To Get 25% Off Your NBPM Banner Enter The Promo Code: PACER25
***Promo code expires after 100 uses and is only applicable to the official "Nation Bullying Prevention Month" banner. So get yours while you still can!***
Bullying prevention doesn’t only need to happen one month out of the year. We have more banners and other products to promote the cause year-round. These products were created with schools in mind, but they can be purchased and used by anyone looking to make a difference. Click below and start helping to raise awareness today!Get Started
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and we’re offering banners specially designed to be hung in schools and encourage kids and teens to take action. The design is one which allows students to sign their names as a pledge to unite against bullying. Click below to get your official National Bullying Prevention Month Banner!Get Started
In August of 2012, Lake, City, FL, hometown of SpeedySigns, was affected by the suicide of a 13-year-old boy who had just entered the 8th grade. Although the exact motives behind why the child decided to take his own life were unclear, it was believed to have been driven by the fact that he had been bullied on several occasions. This lead to discussion among us here at SpeedySigns on how tragic it is that most people don’t realize how damaging bullying can be. We did our research on the statistics and decided we wanted to get involved in helping spread awareness. We contacted The PACER Center to talk about how our organizations could work together given the resources we each have. So, we’re offering discounted banners to schools an organizations that want to participate in bullying prevention.
OF STUDENTS HAVE BEEN VERBALLY, EMOTIONALLY, PHYSICALLY, OR CYBERBULLIED
OF STUDENTS WILL BE BULLIED THIS YEAR
OF STUDENTS ADMIT TO HAVING BULLIED
EVERY SEVEN MINUTES A STUDENT IS BULLIED
Join Us by Getting Involved
Hanging a banner in a school is just a small way to raise awarenss in efforts to prevent bullying. Visual reminders can be very valuable, and that’s why we’re offering our resources. However, there are many other ways to get involved in the fight against bullying. The first step is educating yourself on what what bullying actually is and it’s effects. Many people don’t realize the impact that bullying has on kids and teens. Many just chalk it up to nothing more than “kids just being kids”, but it’s so much more than that. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people, and according to study conducted by Yale University, bully victims are between 2-9 times more likely to commit suicide. When something so tragic can be so easily prevented, there’s simply no reason to not take action. There are some great resources out there with information on bullying. The PACER Center has a portion of there site dedicated to it. Visit pacer.org/bullying.