Teen Creates ‘Sit With Us’ App For Bullied School Children And…

Natalie Hampton, who is 16 years old, has experienced what it’s like to eat lunch by herself in the school cafeteria, a situation that is familiar to many of us.

When the young lady initially started attending high school, she encountered a great deal of hostility and hostility whenever she attempted to locate a place to sit during the lunch time.

When she finally found some friends and was comfortable at her new school in Sherman Oaks, California, she couldn’t help but think about all of the other children who were going through the same thing she had done: enduring their pain in private.

Because of this, she came up with the brilliant idea of creating an app called Sit With Us, which enables kids to meet new people and plan secure places to eat together.

Teenagers don’t have to worry about the possibility of being embarrassed while they are searching for a sense of belonging because the planning takes place in a private chat channel rather than in public places.

The kids can play the role of “ambassadors for a Sit With Us club” and throw open lunches to kick off the celebration.

Natalie said with NPR that “because of the way it was at my prior school, I attempted many times to reach out to someone, but I was rejected on many occasions.”

“Because of the way it was at my old school,” “And when you ask to join a table with someone you don’t know, you have the distinct impression that you are identifying yourself as an outsider.

This manner, it can be kept completely private. It is done over the telephone. Nobody else is allowed to know about this.

Once you’ve made it to the table, you have the peace of mind of knowing that you won’t be turned away.

Natalie has been inundated with expressions of thanks and great feedback ever since the app was made available to the public on September 9th, and it can be downloaded for free from the Apple Store.