Bullying Prevention Programming

SCCT is passionate about the anti-bullying cause and for the past 12 years, has been bringing Bullying Prevention Programming to Upstate South Carolina schools. SCCT’s program is theatre-based and directly addresses the experiences of our youth in their day-to-day lives.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

This month-long event was founded in 2006 by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, in an effort to prevent childhood bullying and promote kindness, acceptance and inclusion. For 12 years, SCCT has toured a live production of The Boy Who Cried Bully to elementary schools, offering factual information in an engaging format that is thought-provoking and stimulates post-show open discussions.

In light of limitations placed on SCCT by COVID-19, and since we are currently not allowed INSIDE a school, SCCT is offering a virtual version of The Boy Who Cried Bully, free of charge for ALL South Carolina elementary schools through Saturday, November 21. This offering has been underwritten by the Amick Family in honor of Suzanne Amick, with generous support from SC Arts Commission. Special thanks to Tom Quinn for kindly allowing distribution of his work. SCCT recommends this production for THIRD GRADE STUDENTS.

HOW TO ACCESS THE VIRTUAL PRODUCTION
  1. CLICK HERE to access background show information, curriculum connections, teacher testimonials.
  2. REGISTER to receive access to the virtual content. YOU MUST CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT.

Following registration, you will be able to use your new account credentials to log in and access the digital content. ALL VIDEO LINKS will expire on Saturday, November 21, but can be viewed as many times as needed, at your convenience in accordance with your school schedules.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  1. Can one guidance counselor perform the registration or do all teachers accessing the video need to register? Just one representative for the schools needs to register. Once registered, the primary contact can log in, access the video link, and share the link with individual teachers.
  2. Can multiple teachers watch the video at the same time? Yes
  3. Did the deadline change? YES- we have extended access to November 21!