Champions Turnersville Summer Camp Special

April 22, 2010

Champions Tunrersville Summer Camp 2010

Champions Turnersville will be offering a great discount on Summer Camp during the week of April 26th. We will be taking 20 spaces per camp. Please make sure to see the front desk or Sensei Ashley who will be handling all summer camp registration. If you are looking to take advantage of our $125 per week special please seethe front counter next week or call Champions Turnersville at 856=740-9915. We will be offering this price from 9:00-4:00 PM. Make sure to take advantage of this.

Champions Turnersville Summer Camp

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Bully Prevention in Turnersville, NJ

April 19, 2010

Hey Everyone,

On Saturday April 24th Champions Martial Arts will be hosting a FREE Bully Prevention Seminar for all members of the community to attend. Class space is limited you must register in advance by calling (856)740-9915. The seminars will begin at 10 and 11 am and will last about 45 minutes in length. If there are any other groups/organizations that would like to book a private seminar we offer that as well. This event will be like no other, as we will be helping children to stop being victims of bullying and take control!

Thank You,

Champions Academy


Bully Prevention Survery

April 15, 2010

Here is a link to our Bully Prevention Survey!

Please fill it out, all feedback is appreciated!

http://www.survs.com/survey/FSDGPBYUW7

Thank You,

The Champions Team


Bully Prevention Links for Parents

April 12, 2010

In this post, I have five links to websites that we here at Champions consider educational and useful. Our goal is for you to share with your friends and family.

http://www.stopbullyingnow.com/identify.html

http://www.bullypolice.org/nj_law.html

http://www.pacerkidsagainstbullying.org/

http://www.stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov/kids/

Please provide any comments or feedback!

Thank You


Brief Bullying Tips for Parents

April 8, 2010

Communication with your child is key, you must know what is going on during their daily lives when you are not there. Most bullying occurs on the bus, at the lunch table, or even as recess. It is important to ask questions, but you do not want to be overly aggressive with them. Ignoring the situation though will only make matters worse.

Set up a meeting with the parents of the bully and the bully him/herself. Have them confront each other in a non hostile environment while you and the other child’s parents are present.

If you are unable to set up this meeting, then immediately contact your principle and have them do it. It is the schools duty to deal with situations involving bullying.

Stay tuned, more videos to come.


The Effects of Being Bullied

April 5, 2010

When children are bullied it is important to be knowledgable about the effects is can cause later in life. The most obvious effect is confidence. Is confidence one of the most important character traits that one must possess in order to make his/her mark in the real world? Of course, so we must make sure that we do not let it get out of control. Some other effects such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. It is up to us as friends, and as a community to stand up to this epidemic and prevent it from happening to the ones around us.

Thank You

Champions Martial Arts Academy

ChampionsNJ.com


Do you really know if your child is being bullied?

March 30, 2010

Sometimes it is hard to tell what is going on with your child. Their feelings flucuate and you feel that you can’t really put your finger on why. Children often  feel embarressed to tell their parents that they are being bullied in school, on the bus, and in the neighborhood. It is our job as adults to be able to notice the signs of this situation before it explodes.

Make sure to look at a change in confidence and activities. These are the most common signs of bullying. They will not want to particpate in their normal activites like before. For instance, not going outside to ride their bikes like they usually do. Make it a point to address this situation directly and discuss it with your child. The worst thing possible is to ignore it and then more problems arise.

Please provide feedback if you feel appropriate.

Thank You