Anti-Bullying Program At Valley Road School

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CLARK — Detective Buczynski, of the Clark Police Department’s Juvenile Bureau, visited Valley Road School to teach the fourth and fifth graders an important lesson about bullying. The students learned different ways to help themselves and their friends if they ever become the target of a bully.  The children learned that sticking with a friend can keep bullies from starting a fight as they tend to choose a single victim and being prepared with a funny comeback can often disarm a bully who prefers that the victim suffer in silence. The children were encouraged to tell a grown-up if they or their friends are being bothered by a bully. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)


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