Students report less bullying after year of bullying prevention program
MORRIS – One year after implementing a district-wide anti-bullying program, students in the Morris Area School District report there are fewer students being bullied and more adults stepping in to help in bullying situations.
However, data indicates that students still don’t feel empowered to step in and help each other when it comes to bullying, Morris Area Elementary School Principal Ken Gagner told the Morris Area School Board on Tuesday.
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