(September 29, 2021) –– Anti-bullying is focused on promoting safety, addressing behaviors, defining rules and expectations, and rewarding positive behavior through communication. All teachers, staff, and administrators must be on board to prevent bullying from occurring. Rise Vision has released 10 free anti-bullying posters for schools that feature positive messages and motivational quotes to promote healthy student learning. The posters can be printed, shared on digital signage, websites, and on social media.
The posters are available for download as both JPEG and high-resolution PDFs, in landscape and portrait-oriented formats.
“Bullying impacts students online and in schools around the world. October is Anti-Bullying Month and so to help schools spread the message we’ve created this set of posters. The 10 posters share messages that promote kindness, discourage bullying, and raise awareness. We hope schools find them valuable and that they help reduce bullying.” Shea Darlison, Head of Revenue.
The posters cover a range of anti-bullying topics appropriate for all K-12 grade levels. From cyberbullying, October month, to anti bullying tips we have your messaging covered. The posters are designed using bright and modern illustrations to keep kids’ attention. They can be a useful addition to other tools teachers are using and are also well-suited to remote teaching situations.
The company has also released digital Anti-Bullying digital signage templates to support teachers sharing this valuable information, quickly and easily on their digital displays. The digital signage templates help teachers save time since the content can be set in advance and shown at specifically set times.
ABOUT RISE VISION
Rise Vision is a digital signage software provider. Since 1992 we have been obsessed with helping our customers have great looking displays.Today, our primary focus is education and the over 3,000 schools we currently serve. To deliver on our promise of making sure digital signage isn’t difficult we provide new templates every week – over 425 so far – to keep a school’s displays current and engaging. Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram
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