Bullying Prevention Program Set In Frederick

FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — Families Plus and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Frederick County will conduct a free program to offer parents insight about bullying among children and teens and how to prevent it.

“Bullying Prevention: Empowering Families” will be held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Community Room, C. Burr Artz Public Library in Frederick.

The program will provide insight about the nature and prevention of bullying.

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  • sheriff

    Any of these Bully’s found beating kids should have the snot kicked out of them, thrown in the slammer for a few days isolated by themselves, made to visit the pediatric oncology ward for kids with cancer & then counseling themselves as to why they feel the need to beat on others to prop up their own fragile self esteem.

  • Bren

    I believe the biggest problem in our schools today is the lack of discipline. Kids are not punished, they don’t have consequences for their actions. Maybe if principles acted more like authority figures, there would not be so much bullying! There is just way too much discussion with children allowing them to wiggle their way out of what they did wrong! Bring back more discipline and I bet you will see less bullying!

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