For Grades 6-12 | 45 minutes | Up to 400 Students | $300
In the pond of school, everybody wants to be a Big Fish. What teenager doesn’t long to feel special and important? But there are good and bad ways to get that warm-fuzzy feeling. The worst way is to become a Bottom Feeder — a bully who doesn’t care who she hurts on the way to the top. The best way is to be a Flying Fish — someone who soars above the pond with the courage to be yourself and help others.
Drawing on more real-life stories from his teen years for this companion to Stop Bullies, George challenges students to empathize with their classmates. He encourages teens to bring Help, Hope, and Rescue to their peers who need compassion — even the ones who seem weird or annoying. Preview our discussion guide for teachers here.
“The students were very engaged and attentive during the presentation, and they were able to relate to the real-life situations you shared.”
– Hebron Middle School (Shepherdsville, KY)*
“Following your assembly . . . we had many students come forward that were the bystander or the victim in a bullying situation. I feel that they found some confidence and a ‘voice’ enabling them to come forward to teachers.”
– West Point School (West Point, KY)*
“George held the attention of a room full of freshman students. . . . I recommend this presentation to anyone trying to address the issue of bullying.”
– Fern Creek Traditional High School (Louisville, KY)*
*Because Bottom Feeders is a newer program, these testimonials are taken from performances of our Stop Bullies companion presentation.
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