MOVE 2 STAND against Bullying!!

From South Hadley, MA teen Phoebe Prince to Rutgers freshman Tyler Clementi, bullying takes lives and Nashville’s NewsChannel 5 gets the enormity of this issue as they highlighted the STARS Move 2 Stand program October 4 at Freedom Middle School. (http://www.newschannel5.com/Global/story.asp?S=13266799) The helplessness of the students facing this issue is very frustrating but the Move 2 Stand program seeks to equip our youth for this very real problem. Freedom school counselor Brenda … [Read more...]


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