Cottage School Gives 7 V.I.V. Awards

Be THE Voice recognized 7 students from The Cottage School (6 pictured) for the V.I.V. (Very Important Voice) Award on Thursday, April 14, 2016. These students were selected for embracing the Be THE Voice campaign and exhibiting outstanding UP-stander qualities. …

Senator Albers Supports BTV

Be THE Voice is a peer-to-peer style program which is designed to help the student bystander find their “voice” when witnessing a situation that involves bullying. – Debbie Cwalina, Co-founder Last fall, members of the Roswell Rotary Club kicked off …

Mt. Park Elementary Interact Club

Don’t Be A Bystander, Be An Upstander Not sure what an Upstander is? Let Mountain Park Elementary School students show you in this short video. Upstanders Stop Bullying 90% of kids don’t like to see someone getting bullied, but only …

RHS Encourages Participation

Roswell High School Gets Groups & Teams Involved Check out this great program that leverages many of the school’s groups and teams to promote the Be THE Voice that stops bullying campaign.

Carpool Line Anti-Bullying Campaign

Crabapple Middle School got creative when they kicked off their Be THE Voice that stops bullying campaign. As students were dropped off they were greeted by local high school football players, a big deal for the younger kids! Players handed …

​Hembree Springs Creates Their Own Posters

The Hembree Springs Interact Club created colorful posters that corresponded with the weekly Be THE Voice Videos. The posters were displayed throughout the school and were a constant reminder of each Video’s message. The students customized each Be THE Voice …

Elkins Pointe Kicks Off Be THE Voice

First, we followed the program guide and did a survey of the student body to get a starting point for our anti-bullying efforts. Then, Students spent club time creating “elevator speeches” about Be THE Voice in preparation for sharing the …

Bystanders Stop Bullying

ROSWELL, GA. – Just about everyone has a story about being bullied in school. Whether it was physical or emotional, bullying seemed a part of life and, when we “tattled,” adults would typically see bullying as building character. If only …