[PHOTO] Rahway Students Learn The “Power Of One” Can Stop Bullying

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RAHWAY — Students in grades K-3 at Franklin School in Rahway recently learned that the power to stop bullying is in their own hands. Members of Soren Bennick Productions performed The Power Of One, an anti-bullying show that focuses on helping students identify types of bullying. The Power of One is a series of skits presented by actors who use boxes, colors and masks to vividly portray what bullying is, what can be done about it, and how every child has the power of one, the power to report bullying when they see it. At the end of the performance, the school was presented with a poster with an Anti Bullying Oath, which will be signed by all students and put up in the school.¬†Pictured left to right, are second grade students Caleb Santos, Gianna Rettino and Bryan Monterroso with members of Soren Bennick Productions (Photo courtesy of Franklin School)

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