Students from Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) and Carmel Clay Schools were recently honored for their winning ideas in Bright House Networks and Net Literacy's Students Against Bullying Contest. The campaign is part of Bright House Networks and Net Literacy's push to promote young people as active allies and advocates in bullying prevention.
Elementary, middle and high school students were challenged to develop messages that could address bullying through the question, "If you had 25 seconds, what would you say to others about bullying or cyber bullying?" Winners received the opportunity to present their message in a professionally-produced public service announcement. The short videos will be used by teachers, parents and nonprofit organizations to reinforce effective and safe ways for kids to step in and help others from being bullied. More than 200 student entries were submitted for the contest.
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