Anti-Bullying Rally Held At Georgetown School

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Updated: 9/24/2013 7:00 pm
October is anti-bullying month across the country, but one Georgetown school is kicking it off early with a national anti-bullying speaker, Mr. Mojo.

Mr. Mojo spoke to the entire study body of Royal Spring Middle School about being a positive force in their schools against bullying.

He then met with the student group, Anti-Bullying Task Force, discussing ideas on how they can continue to stop and prevent bullying in their school.

A school counselor said bullying used to stop when school let out each day, but now social media is allowing bullies to affect other students day and night.

After school, Mr. Mojo met with more than 50 parents in the school's cafeteria on what they can do to help stop bullies at their kids' school.

Mr. Mojo said one thing any parent can do is teaching their kids by good example.
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lovelleme - 9/25/2013 12:21 PM
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To speak for right and to stand for change is the only thing we can do. Accepting no once definition live for the better live and be production. Be a friend who protects. One thing I've learn about bullying is to kind and be safe in all actions. We only have one life to live so better not waste it. My mom want's me to be brave and be not afraid of all the people who thinks I'm not better she install an app on my cell phone for my protection and safety and I felt secure and confident of everything I want to do. Check this out. http://safekidzone.com/#!/page_home
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