Students Respond to Bullying and Peer Pressure


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Dear Editor,
I read “It’s Time to Alter How We Teach about Bullying and Peer Pressure.” I thought that it is honest and true because it is saying things that happen regularly. I liked how it is trying to stop bullying because it is saying how you can end bullying and not watch it, bullying, happen. I also liked how it is saying times that they have saw bullying for themselves and helped the people out that were being bullied. I think that they are trying to stop bullying because it is happening a lot, and they are trying to make the school better and more friendly for the people that are being bullied.
Brandon Commisaris
Dear Editor,
I read “It’s Time to Alter How We Teach about Bullying and Peer Pressure.” I thought that this article was very well written with some great points. Maybe we wouldn’t have to have all these anti bullying lessons shoved down our throats if we were taught to not be the bully yourself and how to know if we are actually bullying someone. Still, it is good to know about anti bullying.
Ismael Enriquez, senior
Dear Editor,
I read the article “It’s Time to Alter How we Teach about Bullying and Peer Pressure” in Knight Life and I liked how the writer included personal anecdotes along with statistics, it made her seem more reliable. I think it’s good that someone is acknowledging the problem we have with bullying and the fact that the way we currently deal with bullying is obviously not working.
Alexandria Harback, senior
Dear Editor,
I read the newspaper “Knight Life” and in the article “It’s Time to Alter How We Teach Kids about Bullying and Peer Pressure”. I think that this article was very persuasive and very good to write because there are kids all over who need to understand that they’re not the only ones who been bullied by fellow students and that they’re not the only ones who been through this millions of times before. We should teach kids to treat each other the way that they want to be treated. Another thing that I liked about the article is that the editor put the amount of people who made a report about the bullying and the percentage amount of people who admitted to bullying a fellow classmate before in their own time. I like all the details that they put in this article. It shows certain examples of what bullying and peer pressure looks like, and it shows ways on how we can prevent it from happening to other children in different schools.
Dejanelle Carter, senior