Luxemburg-Casco High School Students Stand Up To Bullies
3/25/2013 12:00:00 AM
By Megan Roltgen
When it comes to bullies, Alyssa Klein calls them out. The junior at Luxemburg-Casco High School says she has been bullied verbally for being a “tall and very awkward kid”. According to a bullying statistics website, 77 percent of bullying is verbal.
Social Studies teacher Cassidy McGowan says the Luxemburg-Casco School District has a zero-tolerance bullying policy and the administration does a good job of creating a safe environment for the students.
Klein doesn’t see a lot of bullying at the high school, but when she does she chooses to be the difference.
Listen to Alyssa's public service message to stop bullying.
Note: DoorCountyDailyNews.com and Dr. Jennifer Olson are giving area students a chance to win a free iPad by writing the best public service message to stop bullying. You can read more about the contest by clicking here.
Luxemburg-Casco High School ninth grade students film an anti-bullying video for their media production class. From left to right are Jamie Bouchonville, Jamie Jervis, Emily Simonar, Cece DeLeon and Lydia Williams. Bouchonville and Williams also recorded stop the bullying messages for the "Stop the Bullying" campaign sponsored by DoorCountyDailyNews.com and Dr. Jennifer Olson.