The Outdoor Option TV, a family oriented hunting and fishing show, has announced a new effort along with Campus Impact to help everyone deal with bullies. Now teens and parents can join the “Be a Buddy, Not a Bully” campaign.
Shannon first provided the link to this Lorain County organization last Spring.
“We had a huge impact nationwide last Spring, now as the new school year begins, it’s important to start everything off in a positive way.” Shannon said. “That’s why I hope kids and parents will get involved, and realize they can make a difference in making the school environment even more enjoyable and non-threatening for everyone.”
“We all choose a role when it comes to bullying. We can choose to be part of the problem, or part of the solution,” said Todd Walts, of Campus Impact in Amherst, Ohio. “Shannon clearly takes a stand, and her passion is really making a positive difference.”
Campus Impact has been working with teachers and staff from across the country since 1999. They are known for their bullying and school violence prevention programs. Look for the link to the “Be a Buddy, Not a Bully” campaign on The Outdoor Option home page under the “Partners” category.
Pat Doyle, Executive Producer
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