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Rusheon Middle spends October putting a stop to bullying


October is National Bullying Prevention Month and Rusheon Middle School has focused on how bullying effects others and how students can stop bullying. The school had an Essay and Poster contest for the students and awards were presented Wednesday at the Bulldoze Bullying Assembly & Walk-a-thon. The school took $1 donations from students over the past month and donated $500 to the Project Celebration Domestic Violence Shelter in Shreveport. The faculty and staff had Sabrina Evans from BAFB as special speaker as well as Patrina Jenkins the Community Education Coordinator for the shelter in attendance to accept the donation.

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Sean Green is managing editor of the Bossier Press-Tribune.


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