New Online Bullying Program at Honeysuckle Middle School

By: WTVY News 4
By: WTVY News 4

Being bullied at school can be tough, but it can be even worse for students who are too scared to seek help.

That is why Honeysuckle Middle School has come up with a private solution; students now have access to teachers online in case they are afraid to confront problems in person.

Honeysuckle Principal Scott Faulk says the online email is a way for bullied students to reach out, since not all students are willing to speak out about their struggles publicly.

Additionally, the email is beneficial because bullying does not stop when students leave school.

Students that don’t have internet access are told to slip teachers a note if they do not want to confront.


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