Task Force Wants Tough Rules For School Bullying
By Lenora Moody
The newly created Bully Free Task Force hopes to implement rules that will have "tough consequences" for students caught bullying in the new school year.
The Task Force had its first meeting on May 22. Lisa Anderson, who is heading up the group, said the Task Force will also work on the definition of bullying, determine the different levels of bullying, and work on ways to educate staff and students.
Anderson, speaking Monday during the regular School Board meeting, said t
he long-term goals of the group are to create an effective program that is easy for teac...