Northern Idaho schools working to be bully free

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by KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on April 23, 2013 at 7:25 PM

Plummer, Idaho -- Schools in Plummer, Idaho are working on a project called "The Bully Project" in an effort to make their schools bully free.

Teachers are learning how to teach anti-bullying from a movie called "Bully." The film follows bullying victims and their parents from across the country.

"We are in the first stages and trying to draw parents, community members, faculty and anyone interested in anti-bullying," said teacher Jacque Hoffman.

The program just started Tuesday morning. Teachers watched the film and discussed how to tackle bullying in their schools.

The next meeting is a week from Tuesday. 

 

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