Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Stop Cyberbullying!

There was a girl named Kayla that shared her password for her Facebook. She gave the password to one of her friends. Her friend logged onto her account and was bullying other people. The people that were being bullied told on Kayla, even though she didn't do anything. Kayla  got in big trouble and learned never to share password again! She also had to make new friends and start fresh. Once she went to a new school everyone there knew what had happened and none of the people there wanted to be her friend. She had to eat alone at lunch and a lot of people there were screaming to her "LONER!!!!". The girl always felt bad and after school she would always go running home.  In the mornings when she got to school everyone would laugh at her and call her a bully. 


  1. Hi Abby,

    Cyberbullying is a serious thing. I'm glad that you shared this post about keeping your passwords safe by not sharing them with others. Here is a post to Ms. Edwards' class post on cyberbullying.

    I hope that helps.

    Kind regards,
    Mrs. Watanabe

  2. That was a good story and had a very important lesson that people should learn. I think you should write more stories and post them to your blog because people really enjoy reading them.

  3. Hi Abby! My name is Latisha Williams. I attend the University of South Alabama, where I'm currently taking EDM310 with Dr. Strange. I really enjoyed reading your blog post and you are absolutely right about cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is a very serious thing that shouldn't be taking lightly. I'm glad that you shared your post about keeping your password safe because that's very important. :)

  4. Hi Abby!

    My name is Whitney Watson. I am taking edm310 at the University of South Alabama. Good job! This is something that could happen to anyone. It is important that if you have a facebook page, or any other page, you do not share your password. Anything that is said on your page is a reflection of you, therefore you should be the only one posting!