The Courant (New Britain, CT) February 27, 2014:
"For Rozalynn Smith, anti-bullying programs have often entailed sitting and listening.
But the program on Thursday at Gaffney Elementary School had her singing and dancing. Students from Canton High School presented a multi-disciplined, interactive anti-bullying program they do around the state for fifth-graders that incorporates music, dance and performance.
'Most of the time they give you a talk but with this they did skits,' said Smith, a fifth-grader. 'And we got to talk with the students from Canton and some of them are really fun.'
The presentation on Thursday was done for all the fifth-graders at Gaffney and was in the works for a year. The word 'fun' was commonly used when Gaffney students were asked what they thought about the program. But they said a serious message came with the fun. Maria Khan, another fifth grader at Gaffney, said one point that stuck with her was the importance of not doing something simply because friends want you to do it." Read More