By Rachel Morgan
Bullying has long been an issue that had plagued our nation’s schools — and Washington C.H. City Schools are not immune to this trend.
The city school district reported 58 cases of bullying across the district for the 2008-09 school year.
“Obviously, I think in society, bullying has become more and more prevalent with the acknowledgment of it,” said Assistant Superintendent Beth Justice. “But it’s happened for years and years.”
The city school district does have a policy in place that strictly prohibits bullying, harassment or intimidation that involves students, staff or a third party, Justice said. Full story.