Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Staples students help educate peers about cyber bullying dangers

Westport News (Westport, CT) December 15, 2010

"Cyber bullying has real consequences. Some targets of torment, in various parts of the country, have gone so far as to take their lives. In addition, those who harass can face suspension, expulsion or arrest.
On Wednesday morning at Staples High School's library, Karen Garrity's health class highlighted various forms of cyber bullying, how to address it and laws related to it, as well as provided information on anti-bullying agencies. The goal was to hopefully eradicate this 21st century form of bullying." Read More


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