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Discussion On School Bullying Scheduled


After 25 years leading seminars on civil rights issues and respect in the workplace, corporate trainer, author, and Santa Barbara resident Suzanne Peck has turned her sights onto school bullying. On 3/22 at 3:30 p.m. she will screen the film Stand Tall: Lessons That Teach Respect and Prevent Bullying at La Colina Junior High. The film accompanies a teaching manual for students penned by Peck with a forward by UCSB Dean Jane Conoley who will moderate a discussion including Superintendant Dave Cash and District Attorney Joyce Dudley on keeping schools safe.

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