In 2016, guided by Mrs. Edwards, SKE PUBLISHING began despite her dyslexia. She authored three impactful books on bullying, suicide, self-esteem, and self-worth, one being a collaborative effort available on Amazon. Undeterred, SKE PUBLISHING expanded to include curriculums, theatrical productions, stories, and films, addressing youth's 21st Century challenges. Driven by childhood bullying experiences, Mrs. Edwards sought community contribution.
In 2018, "I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING AND SUICIDE" registered as a 501(c)3 nonprofit, collaborating with SKE PUBLISHING to raise awareness of bullying and suicide, resonating deeply within the community.
Words of Support
Rebecca Edwards, M. Ed, English Teacher at Rossview Middle School, Clarksville-Montgomery County School System
“Thank you, Sharon, for shedding light onto the darkness of bullying. Having taught for twenty years, I have observed bullying evolve into the horrible beast that it is. At one time, students could find peace out of school from their bullies. But, now with technology, they can’t escape it. The consequences have escalated to the fullest. Hopefully, your book will educate people on the importance of identifying and stopping bullying”.
Author Dave Sanderson International Speaker, Trainer, “Survivor of Flight #1549 Miracle on the Hudson
Thanks, Sharon, for your support of the Red Cross, and keep up the good work on educating on bullying and suicide prevention!
SKE School Assembly Programs
Since schools know that bullying and cyberbullying is a problem on their campus and want to do something about it, scheduling an assembly is often the very first idea that comes to their mind. It makes sense, because they seem to be an easy-to-implement solution. Typically, a school has a budget, they find a speaker (or just have one of their staff members do it), they schedule the day and time, and they bring that person in to do his/her thing in the auditorium, gymnasium, or cafeteria.
School Assembly Programs
Assembly & Bullying Prevention, Self-Esteem (Grades K-12)
(Options for In-School or Virtual Presentations)
Behind The Mask
Facing The Obstacles
Who Got Your Back?
Let the Leader In You Stand Up!
These transformative programs redefine anti-bullying and self-esteem efforts. With interactions, melodies, and demonstrations, they spark kindness and respect among peers. Embracing diversity, they encourage empathy, integrity, and compassion. Each assembly cultivates an inclusive, harmonious school environment, celebrating each individual's uniqueness.
Please feel free to scroll down and view clips from our School Assembly programs.
Dr. Marlon Heaston, Principal Kenwood Middle School
SKE PUBLISHING left a mark at Kenwood Middle School, praised by then-principal Dr. Marlon Heaston. They led anti-bullying and empowerment initiatives, conducting transformative assemblies over three terms in various formats. Their impact was evident in Dr. Heaston's words, "Today, we finished our Anti-Bullying program... Please continue to talk with your student about being a 'buddy and not a bully.' Special thanks to Sharon Edwards and Julia Boyd for organizing this event." SKE PUBLISHING's legacy fosters empathy and empowerment.
Sharon and her husband joined the After-School Program, teaching Art, Book Writing, and Photography under Dr. Edwina Carr's guidance.
To: Julia Boyd
<firstname.lastname@example.org>; Marlon Heaston <Marlon.Heaston@cmcss.net>
Subject: Parent Feed Back - Anti-Bully Program
Ms. Patricia Kirkland, one of our KMS parents, stopped by the front desk to tell us how appreciative she was for the Anit-Bully Program she attended this morning! She stated it made her cry as her student needed this, and so did she. Her remarks concluded with she's glad KMS has her student's back and
Mrs. Liz Mentor
Kenwood Middle School
Clarksville-Montgomery County School System