Garden City, Kans. school reports on bullying program
GARDEN CITY, Kansas — It’s the start of the new school year and Garden City school officials held their annual report on the bullying prevention program.

Garden City school officials say bullying will not be tolerated at local schools.

“We have a long way to go because we want bullying to be eliminated, but I feel like we’re doing a great job, very proactive in our district,” said Renee Scott, interim assistant principal at Abe Hubert.

At their annual meeting on bullying Monday, officials said the number of incidents have decreased since their efforts to combat the problem began in spring 2008. The program takes a three-pronged approach that includes student surveys, parent surveys and data collected within the school system. Officials say there are still some inconsistencies in the date collection process since the program is so new. Full story.


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