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Kilgore ISD on Bullying

Facts about Bullying

  • Bullying is NOT a fact of life. It is a life changing event.
  • Bullying is a form of abuse, harassment and violence.
  • Bullying is a learned behavior.
  • 86% of children between the ages of 12 and 15 said that they get teased or bullied at school.

 Creating a Culture of Kindness & Caring

  • Teach the difference between tattling and telling.
  • Teach kindness and caring. Make kindness and caring parts of your everyday vocabulary.
  • Invite kids to make choices.
  • Promote random acts of kindness.
  • Teach empathy and compassion.
  • Be kind.
  • Be consistent with rules and consequences.
  • Talk about values/ethical principles.
  • Use teachable moments – relate everything to kindness and caring.
  • Role model positive, respectful, and caring behavior. Watch own reactions and words.
  • Promote persity.
  • Make sure we (adults) are warm, caring and having a positive influence with the children. Give compliments. Be grateful.


Documents / Resources
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Walk a Mile in Their Shoes: Bullying and the Child with Special Needs

Face Bullying With Confidence: 8 Skills Kids Can Use Right Away

Love and Logic Resources for Educators

Love and Logic Resources for Parents

2. QuickTips Reporting link on
3. Download QuickTips app for your mobile device.
(Enter KISD as the location code.)
4. Campus Office - box for  anonymous submissions
Are you being bullied? 
Do you know of a bullying situation?  
Do you know of a situation where someone might be harmed?
Report It Anonymously with QuickTips.