Moore Public School Board announces they support teacher walkout (KOKH)Moore Okla. (KOKH) â€” The Moore Public School board unanimously announced at their meeting Monday, that they stand being their teachers is there is a walkout.Several hundred teachers and parents gathered to hear whether or not the district would support their action plan, should lawmakers not increase education funding before the start of April.The school board told parents and community members they should reach out to...
Father of bullied Oklahoma student dedicates his life to raising awareness (Courtesy" Istandforthesilent.org)PERKINS, Okla. (KOKH) â€” Ty Smalley was a 6th grade student in Perkins, Oklahoma. After two years of being viciously bullied, he was suspended from school when he chose to fight back. On May 13, 2010 he took his town life.It's been a long eight years for his father Kirk Smalley, who is now president of "Stand for the Silent."
Photo courtesy Istandofrthesilent.orgOKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) â€” Bullying has impacted nearly every American and for one Oklahoma family it led to the death of their 11-year-old son.More than 70 percent of students in American schools say they have seen bullying. When bystanders intervene, bullying will stop within 10 seconds 57 percent of the time. Those numbers are according to StopBullying.gov.No one intervened for Ty Smalley, a 6th grader in Perkins, Oklahoma.
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