On Septemebr 26, New York Times bestselling author and bullying survivor turned activist Jodee Blanco will deliver a bullying survival and prevention seminar at St. Michael's Cafeteria for parents and guardians. The event is free and open to the public. Highlights will include:
- Jodee’s own story of her struggle as the target of severe school bullying, as well as what her parents and teachers did that helped; what didn’t and why; and insights from the thousands of students she has worked with across the nation.
- Specific, practical advice for adults on how to intervene with a victim, bully or bystander, from the rare point of view of someone who has lived through it.
- Insights into the plight of the Adult Survivor of Peer Abuse™ and suggestions on how to overcome those open wounds from the past. Families will have the opportunity to speak with Jodee following the presentation.
The event will take place on Tuesday, September 26, at 7:00 p.m. at the cafeteria. Light refreshments will be provided. This is a complimentary event and all adults are welcome! Please RSVP below.
About Jodee Blanco Survivor turned activist Jodee Blanco is the author of multiple critically acclaimed books on bullying, including the seminal New York Times bestseller Please Stop Laughing At Me…, which established her as the first voice of the anti-bullying movement and is required reading in middle and high schools across the country. She travels to schools, sharing her story to save lives, and has spoken to tens of thousands of student, teachers, and parents worldwide.