LEARNING HOW TO STOP BULLYING -- During the week of April 28 through May 2, students and staff at Millers Run School in Sheffield focused on Bully Awareness Week. This year's theme was "Dragons Breathe Your Fire Against Bullying." Students learned the effects bullying has on individuals and community, the definition of bullying, and how to address bullying in their school and online. Activities during the week included daily classroom instruction focused on a bullying topic, middle school students reading to elementary students anti-bullying books, bullying skits presented by middle school students, an anti-bullying poster parade and competition, and at the end of the week a talent show which celebrated the school's first annual Bully Awareness Week. Above,
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