The Garcia 3 launches "Bullying, Not Cool in San Diego" Support Group

to expand in each state, as they are booked across the Nation; upon building a relationship with students and schools they visited.
By: Margie Garcia PR
SAN DIEGO - Sept. 27, 2013 - PRLog -- Asking for parents, schools, churches, and companies to partner. Leaving a resource after providing awareness; through school assemblies. Overwhelming response of 200 emails a month asking for guidance on how to deal with a bully, reporting properly to school officials, and accountability. Students, Parents, School Officials, and Media is urged to partner with us to end bullying. After, thorough research consistent awareness at a young age will be instilled within a mindset; attaching with a life testimony. Collaborated with professional athletes former Major League Baseball player - Jasha Balcom, University of Georgia - Lee Patterson, and Olympian - Labronze Garrett. The school assembly tour speakers all have in common an immediate family member has experienced bullying and domestic vilolence. Collaboration is the key to end any such epidemic. Including male mentor's with the campaign provides a father figure support, that some households lack. It's time we restore hope, faith, and believe back into our homes and communtites.

Executive producer Margie Garcia states; although schools have policies, procedures, and programs  in place; Margie Garcia is trying to understand why her email box continues to fill rapidly and referals from parents. Bullying, Not Cool consists of: a School Assembly, Bullying Reporting Bureau, and Training/Support group for students, parents, school officials, and companies. Each school assembly is 45 minutes filled with awareness and live music performance by The Garcia 3. The Bullying Reporting Bureau is an outlet for parents that have exhausted communicating with school officials and would like for a third party follow up.

Although, schools are in compliance according to State or Assembly Bills to receive funding having an anti-bullying policy in place. We should be open minded to adjust accordingly as to how our students and parents retain. It’s important to identify why bullying is still continuing or rising throughout schools. Margie Garcia, a community leader and advocate for youth, wastes no time to point fingers. But extend a collaborative plan and solution. Margie Garcia is dedicated to end bullying at a young age, so the bully doesn't become an abuser in a teen or adult relationship. According to statistics over $5.8 billion dollars a year is spent on Domestic Violence, identifying the root will assist to end violence in communities. Margie Garcia has stated she is more than willing to consult, collaborate, provide, initiate, and implement any necessary programs within schools and cities. So our youth can focus on their education to become our future philanthropists and leaders. As tax payers, it is our problem!

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