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Dear Motivated Site Director: Motivating Parents to Keep Students Engaged

Dear Bulldog, I am an after school Site Director and often struggle keeping my students engaged and involved during the activities. It is often the …

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Combating Bullying with Resilience and Goal Setting

A Guide to Bullying Prevention Month Building a student’s resilience can help combat the effects of bullying behavior on an individual. The key to developing …

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A True Story from an 11-Year-Old Victim of Bullying

Made In His Image We are honored to be a part of promoting the movie Made In His Image for bullying prevention month. This short film …

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A Frustrated Staff

Dear Bulldog, How do you keep teenagers engaged and off of their cell phones? I watch them on their phones during specials, morning assemblies, or …

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Sick of Crying Seca

Dear Bulldog, A child cries for their parent all day or at the start of the school day. What would you do? I just can’t …

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Strategies to Reduce Drama Before it Becomes Bullying

With October approaching fast and it being bullying prevention month soon, we at Bulldog Solution thought it would be a great time to talk about …

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Why You Should Talk to Youth about Suicide

The pressure teenagers face on a daily basis is incredibly intense and quite terrifying. Most teens do not have the cognitive development to understand the …

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What to do When a Child is not Engaged in an Activity

Dear Bulldog, I am a social worker in an elementary school. Often I run group activities. What can I do when a child is not …

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What Parents Can Learn from Their Kids: A Fresh Perspective

With the new school year in roll, it is important to take time and think about what you can learn from your children as parents; …

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Enough is Enough! We Need to Stop the Momo Challenge

What is the Momo Challenge, and How is it Affecting Students? Welcome to the next twisty and disturbing online harassment challenge. It goes beyond cyberbullying …

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Recognizing the Signs of Bullying from the First Weeks of School

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Signs Your Child is Being Bullied With it being the beginning of the school year, it is important for you as parents and educators …

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Starting Out the Upcoming School Year Right

School is Right Around the Corner As summer comes to an end, it is already time to start thinking about the one coming up.  Even …

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