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Bus drivers unite against bullying
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ALPHA Center Executive Director Paul Napper (standing, far left) and Prevention Director Tina Griggs (center) dance with some of the other kids as bus driver John Clinton (front, right) tries to drive a bus to school. The kids were members of an anti-bullying committee of bus drivers who performed the skit during a Feb. 17 wrap-up session in the Applied Technology Education Centers Woolard Auditorium. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
Hundreds of Kershaw County School District (KCSD) school bus drivers took an oath Feb. 17 to do everything they can to combat bullying on their buses. Taking the oath was the culmination of a months-long partnership with The ALPHA Center. The ALPHA Center helped drivers to identify types of bullying, what to do if they suspect bullying is going on, how bullying affects students and tips drivers can use to intervene in or prevent bullying.

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