Oklahoma City-based group seeks bullying policy reforms after Perkins boy, 11, committed suicide
An advocacy group has mailed a letter to the Perkins-Tryon School Board members asking the district to revamp its bullying prevention programs in the wake of the an 11-year-old's suicide. The boy's parents believe bullying at school contributed to the boy's death.
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• Place a link on the schools' website to the Oklahoma Safe Call Helpline. →Expand the district's bullying policy to include bullying prevention education on a regular...
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