The best way to stop bullying is to teach students how to take care of each other, Iola Middle School counselor Stacey Crusinbery told USD 257 board members at their meeting Monday.
Crusinbery recapped results of an annual study that asks students across the state about risky behaviors like alcohol and drug use, as well as social and emotional factors like bullying and support from their families, school and community.
The Kansas Communities That Care survey helps schools identify areas of need to help schools find programs that can improve students’ lives.
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