Bullying Victim Speaks to Mercer County Leaders

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 3/25/2013 11:30 pm
     A year ago Faith Logan was a victim of bullying at her school in Casey County.

     She says the bullying was so bad that at one point she found herself in a physical confrontation.

    Now a freshman in high school, Logan has been taking karate to make sure situations like that never happen again.

    On Monday Logan told her experience to leaders of Mercer County and local school administrators as part of the county's effort to raise awareness about the severity of bullying.

     The main message of the night was that there needs to be better communication between kids and their parents or school staffs.

     That's something Logan believes wholeheartedly.

     If you would like more information about what to do if you or your child is being bullied you can click on the link to the Kentucky Center for Safe Schools below:

     www.kysafeschools.org
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