Students support anti-bullying campaign
Published 12:00 am Saturday, October 24, 2015
Israel Duke, a 13-year-old seventh grader at Long Cane Middle School, wears his green ‘Step Up, Step In’ T-shirt at a football game Oct. 15. District 4 Health gave out the shirts as a way to help promote the campaign, an anti-bullying campaign by District 4. October is national bully prevention month. Every Troup County middle school participated in the campaign Oct. 12–16. ‘It’s five days of great info they’re sharing with their peers,” said Beth Daniel, District 4 public health educator.