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Bullying

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  • Dissatisfaction raised about complaint procedure in Hinsdale District 86

    Dissatisfaction raised about complaint procedure in Hinsdale District 86
    The outcry over the confrontation between Hinsdale High School District 86 Board member Claudia Manley and people handing out campaign material outside Hinsdale South High School is boiling over, rather than subsiding. At Monday's meeting, people...
  • Griffin, Hogan deliver anti-bullying message at Six Flags park

    Bowie's Daniel Coleman knows all about bullying. The 13-year-old Benjamin Tasker Middle School student was one among hundreds of kids who attended Thursday's "Stop Bullying in its Tracks" rally at the Six Flags amusement park near Bowie. But he didn't...
  • Movie review: 'A Girl Like Her' is an uncomfortable, powerful portrayal of bullying

    Movie review: 'A Girl Like Her' is an uncomfortable, powerful portrayal of bullying
    Parents need to know that ”A Girl Like Her” is a fictionalized documentary-style film about two teen girls: a high school sophomore who attempts suicide and the other 16-year-old who’s revealed to be her bully. Unlike the actual ...
  • Hinsdale South student claims harassment from District 86 Board member

    Hinsdale South student claims harassment from District 86 Board member
    A senior at Hinsdale South High School has started an online petition to oust Claudia Manley from the Hinsdale High School District 86 Board. Marissa Dupont of Burr Ridge accuses Manley of harassing and bullying her while she was handing out campaign...
  • Teacher hopes Southeast's first LGBT school will be a haven

    Math teacher Christian Zsilavetz wants to work at a school where he can be himself — somewhere he can mention that he used to play girls basketball or was married to a man. Last year, when he asked his then-principal at a private school whether he...
  • A jerk, a bully, or a potential shooter: Lincolnshire police explore workplace violence

    Excessive micromanaging. Unrealistic deadlines. Swearing, paranoia and public humiliations. Most will read this list and think "My boss is being exposed!" But if this is your work environment — or, more importantly, if you perceive this as your...
  • District 207 prepares to adopt transgender student policies

    The Maine Township High School District 207 is expected to adopt a new set of procedures dealing with transgender and gender nonconforming students. During the March 2 meeting, the district Board of Education held a first reading for the proposed...
  • 'Vile' cyberbullies worse than Iraq insurgents

    'Vile' cyberbullies worse than Iraq insurgents
    A Massachusetts high school principal said cyberbullies who targeted some of his students are worse than the insurgents he fought in Iraq and vowed the anonymous posters would be found and punished. Joshua Romano, principal of Murdock Middle/High School...
  • District U46 considers changes to bullying, dating-violence, protest policies

    District U46 considers changes to bullying, dating-violence, protest policies
    The Elgin School District U46 is considering changes in its discipline and behavior code that would affect everything from political demonstrations to cyber-bullying to teen dating violence to keeping athletes from suffering concussions. U46 Staff...
  • Author gives parenting advice to prevent bullying

    "No, never, not here," is the mantra two gatherings of Deerfield and Highland Park parents heard recently. Those words were spoken time after time by author Barbara Coloroso Feb. 18 to more than 40 people at Deerfield High School, coaching parents how...
  • State, local efforts combine to prevent school violence

    State, local efforts combine to prevent school violence
    As local school districts and public-safety officials move onward with initiatives to prevent violence from reaching classrooms, state lawmakers have announced plans to work with mental health professionals to help children with mental illness in the...