Each October, National Bullying Prevention Month brings attention to the bullying epidemic in our country. At the same time, it encourages schools, parents, teachers, children and communities to promote kindness towards all. Rainbow Rabbit is taking part in National Bullying Prevention Month 2019. Here are several ways you can, too!
Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. was recently awarded prestigious grants from Investors Bank Foundation. The press release can be read below. We express our sincerest gratitude to the Investors Bank Foundation for allowing our company to thrive by helping us empower young children everywhere as they participate in our educational programs that celebrate unique differences and reward kindness!
To spotlight National Bullying Prevention Month, the team at Rainbow Rabbit is encouraging those who have been victims of bullying to share their first-hand accounts with us. These special individuals have faced obstacles, but persevered through tough times and have made an impact in the lives of others in many different ways.
This week’s blogger is Kristen Blackburn, a Pennsylvania school teacher. If her touching story won’t move you, we’re not sure what will.
Fans of WWE professional wrestling have grown accustomed to watching competitive matches featuring their heroes of the ring talk trash while squaring off against their bitter rivals.
According to a former company employee, however, workplace bullying between co-workers is taking place out of the ring—and it’s being encouraged.