To educate Williamson County parents on how to recognize the warning signs their child is being bullied or their child might be bullying others, the Patricia Hart Society has scheduled a “Lunch & Learn” with Rodger Dinwiddie, CEO of STARS (Students Taking A Right Stand).
The free seminar is open to anyone in Williamson County and will be held on Friday, Oct. 7th at 12:00 noon until 1 p.m. in the offices of United Way of Williamson County. Bring your own brown bag lunch but reservations are required with seating limited to 50 attendees. Contact Debby Rainey with United Way at 615-771-2312 for a reservation.
Bullying can happen anywhere – face-to-face, by text messages or on the web. It is not limited by age, gender, or education level. It is not a phase and it is not a joke. Bullying can cause lasting harm. There are many warning signs that could indicate that someone is involved in bullying. If you suspect that someone you know is being bullied or is bullying others, check out the warning signs so you can help at www.starsnashville.org.
United Way of Williamson County is dedicated to advancing the common good and creating opportunities for a good life for all members of our community. To do that, United Way addresses the underlying causes of problems that prevent progress toward a better life. In our 50th year of caring for our community, we invite you to join us as we continue this rewarding work. You can give, you can advocate and you can volunteer.
To find out more about United Way of Williamson County, please visit: www.uwwc.org or call the office at 615-771-2312.