October is national Anti-bullying prevention month. Students and teachers around Little Chute School on October 25th the students with be wearing orange because it is the color of Anti-bullying color for the month. In a 2016 study more than 1 out of every 5 (20.8 percent) students report being bullied (National Center for Educational Statistics, 2016). The goal is to inspire students to support one another by wearing orange. Most bullying happens in middle school. The most common types are verbal and social bullying. The community came together on this day and helped to support and stop bullying because no person should ever feel like they aren't good enough. We should always think before we speak because how we say things or what we say might affect people, and maybe help the bully rates go down!