Some central Ohio middle school students were given a lesson Wednesday on the risks of cyberbullying. Watch the video as Mike McCarthy looks at the challenges facing kids and parents as the dangers associated with online bullying continue to grow.
October brings a crispness to the morning air and color to the leaves. October also brings National Bullying Prevention Month. In preparation for this years events, let’s learn a little of the background of this national event. Take a look at last years information to learn some of the history of National Bullying Prevention Month
Matt Labrum believes football helps create great men. And it is that belief and his passion for the game that led the Union High School head football coach and his staff to suspend all 80 players from the team because of off-field problems ranging from cyberbullying to skipping classes. Read more about this at taking a stand
New research shows that teens and young adults are frequently using social networking sites and mobile technology to express suicidal thoughts and intentions as well as to reach out for help. The findings suggest that suicide prevention and intervention efforts aimed at young adults should use social networking and other types of technology, said researchers. Read more about this study at: teens reach out
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