CAMPBELL, Ohio –
Every year it’s estimated that ten percent, or over 160,000 students in Ohio being bullied on a consistent basis. The Centers for Disease Control says bullying is a serious public health problem and the best people to address it are school administrators, teachers, coaches, and staff who are in contact with students on a daily basis.
Katrice Boudry said, “My daugther Kaziah, an honor roll student loves learning, but didn’t want to go to school after bullying increased at Campbell Middle School. It made her feel so bad in a depressed state. There were nights I would hold my child in my arms and she would just cry, dreading to go to school the next day.
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