Bullying Bullet Point.


The mission of the Jesse Dylan James Foundation is to educate and raise awareness about the horrific damaging effects of peer pressure, bullying, and cyber relations to help prevent teenage suicide.

The foundation was established after the tragic loss of Jesse Dylan James on September 29, 2017, to suicide. A direct cause was due to personal and online demoralization through bullying. An excellent kid, Jesse was a gentle, smart, witty, and kind-hearted fourteen-year-old freshman at Searcy High School. He was a devoted member of the chess club and the Lion Marching Band.

Our community has lost several young students to suicide, and many people have been affected by these senseless tragedies. We want to help remove this trauma in our community. Searcy can become a model community as we care for those who are mistreated in many ways.

The Jesse Dylan James Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are receipted and are tax-deductiblee. Proceeds ($0 admin costs) are used to help prevent suicide and bullying. Some of the funds are used each year to sponsor a scholarship for a worthy graduating band student.

National Statistics on Bullying. 

28% of students (6–12) are bullied. 
30% of young people admit bullying  
70% report bullying in their schools.  
70% of school staff have seen bullying.  
41% of staff see bullying once/week or more.  
When bystanders intervene, bullying usually stops within 10 seconds. 
9% in grades 6–12 experience cyberbullying.  
15% of high school students were bullied online this year.  
The most common types of bullying are verbal and social. Physical bullying happens 
less often. Cyberbullying occurs least frequently. 
In one study, the following percentages of middle school students had 
experienced these types of bullying:  
name calling (44.2 %) 
teasing (43.3 %) 
spreading rumors/lies (36.3%) 
pushing or shoving (32.4%) 
hitting/slapping/kicking (29.2%) 
leaving out (28.5%) 
threatening (27.4%) 
stealing belongings (27.3%) 
sex comments/gestures (23.7%) 
e-mail or blogging (9.9%).

Bullying Bullet Point

Bullying Bullet Point

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Bullying Bullet Point

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How Often Are Adults Notified? 
Only about 20 to 30% of students who are 
bullied notify adults about the bullying.  
There is no federal anti-bullying law. 
Although 49 states have anti-bullying 
legislation, bullying is not illegal.