Elements of this story come courtesy of Girl Scouts Heart of the South, one of United Way’s partner nonprofit agencies.
Bullying - whether in person or over a computer - is a subject receiving more attention from children, parents and educators.
The topic of “school bullying” has received increased attention of late, from both local and national sources. Whether the oppression is taking place in person or over the internet, it’s clear that the subject is of major concern to children, parents, educators and leaders across the Mid-South.
Earlier this year, Girl Scout Troop 10475 shared their thoughts related to the topic of bullying. The scouts were aware that bullying has led some teens to attempt (and others to succeed) committing suicide. The troop decided to fight against bullying at their school by engaging in an anti-bullying campaign... Read More