School District Kicks Off New ‘anti-bullying’ Program – Wbtv 3 News, Weather, Sports, And Traffic For Charlotte, Nc

More >> Updated: Tuesday, August 19 2014 7:03 AM EDT2014-08-19 11:03:13 GMT A Spartanburg woman accused of trying to sell a stolen cell phone has been arrested, according to Spartanburg Public Safety. Deputies: Liberty mom abandons son 20 miles from home after argument Greenville County deputies said Tiffany Simmons made her 12-year-old son get out of the family car after an argument during a shopping trip. (8/18/14) More >> Greenville County deputies said Tiffany Simmons made her 12-year-old son get out of the family car after an argument during a shopping trip. (8/18/14) More >> YORK COUNTY, SC (WBTV) – Children returning to six elementary schools in York County District 1 will be greeted with a few new rules as they enter school Wednesday morning. Those rules are on a ‘Bully Free Zone’ sign outside front doors of the schools across the district. Wednesday not only marks the first day back to school but the first day of a brand new anti-bully campaign in York School District 1 elementary schools. “The Bullying Prevention Program is really important because we want to be sure our students can come to school being happy and having a good experience,” said Sue Hilton, Coordinator of Counseling Services for York School District 1. “If we can address this at an early age,” said Hilton. “We can prevent issues that might occur later in Middle school and High school. The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) got it’s start over the summer after the school district received a large federal counseling grant last year.
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