Recent Events

We had our first ASAB After-school meeting last week. It went well but only two people showed up. At least it’s a start. Our Govt. class is over now but we will continue on our bullying group. We put up our letters on a new page that we added called Letters (two by Dominique and two by Callie- Scroll down to read.) We will post some more articles too. We hope all is well with everyone and that you all have been safe and bully-free.(:
~A.S.A.B. Member Callie


A.S.A.B. Flyer (rough draft) Check it out, comment(:

A.S.A.B. Flyer (rough draft)

Everybody has felt like this at least once in their life. Watch this video by Tyler Ward(:

Pink Shirt Day Feb. 29, 2012

Feb. 29, 2012 is Pink Shirt Day. Pink Shirt Day is a day for people to show that they are bully-free by wearing pink shirts in honor or memory of someone who is or has been bullied. This link will give more information:

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Just wanting to wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone. We hope that you all have a wonderful Christmas and New Year and that it’s spent with the people you love and the things that make you happy. All in all, have a great rest of the year! ~Callie & Dominique; A.S.A.B.

Gov. Signs anti-bullying law

Here’s another article you may be interested in reading on Michigan passing their anti-bullying bill making it a law!

Michigan now has an anti-bullying law!

Michigan officially has an anti-bullying law. Michigan recently became the 48th state with an anti-bullying law. Lets see if this bill can protect our school children now. The following link will give you more information and reasons why Gov. Snyder passed the bill.

This may just change your mind.

This is a story/video from a kid who was bullied since 1st grade. I believe you guys need to listen to this. It made me think different about a lot of things and that Michigan really needs an anti-bullying law. The following link contains the video from this boy.

Letters to the Senate and more

We have worked very hard in class. So far we have written letter to Senators Gretchen Whittmer and John Gleason, also to Muskegon Chronicle and the Oakridge School Board President. We are hope to hear responses from all the people we have written to. If/When we do get a response, we will gladly share their responses with everyone. Also in recent news the Senate approves of the House bill, which took out the part of bullying on moral or religious belief is alright.

House Bill passed for revisal

Michigan Senate approved the House renewed anti-bully bill. The following link will give you more information.