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February 22, 2024

N.U. parent demands action against bullying

 

By Michael Williamson, Richwood Gazette

A parent in the North Union school district is urging administrators to take action after her daughter experienced several incidents of bullying and harassment.

At Monday’s regular board of education meeting, Brandi Edwards asked the board to uphold the district’s mission and vision to “prepare, challenge and empower” by doing something about the incidents.

“Today I am here due to the bullying and months of harassment my child has endured,” she said. “My daughter has been subject to a perpetrator that has violated 13 of the 28 code of conduct polices repeatedly and consistently since November of last year.”

Both of the st…

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