I am 17 years old and I have never had the thought for standing up for anyone else or even for myself, but recently the beginning of April I was being harassed. This was the first time, but you know some people finally realize it is getting old and we need to take a stand. Anyways, so this guy that was twice my size decided that I was an easy target to prey on. He started to bark in my face for no reason. Then he acted like I was a fire hydrant. yes of course I was a bit mad and like anybody else I felt the urge to plot his death, but I decided to take that anger and use it for something that is worth it. So, I got really inspired because the day before that guy barked in my face this girl actually took a stand for her and her brother against this jerk that has harassed my friend since day one of school. So I started a petition. I wrote a four page letter to my principal. I got a few friends to get my back and we turned it in together. well our principal said he would call us in. I understand he is a busy man, but when did it take one week and three days to read a letter. not that long. I have gave him enough time, but the school year is ending and I am about to move. my goal was to leave this school knowing I did everyone a favor, but it doesn't seem like it is turning out that way. I need help what else am I going to. I gave him suggestion I offered to help. you know this really wouldn't bother me this much, but those boys that I have mention has been harassing my friend and Monday I have told her teacher to move her or the problem and the teacher didn't do nothing and just yesterday my friend showed that these boys wrote slut on her hand. the teacher still didn't do anything. im tired of it is getting old. oh and today another friend of mine was being bullied by this kid that I strongly dislike. he acted like a kindergardner. he wouldn't share the glue or scissors and he started making fun her causing her to cry. MAKE IT STOP PLEASE HELP GIVE IDEAS
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