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Posted on: April 26, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Lowellville Bullying Information Night

Lowellville School’s Parent Advisory Committee is sponsoring a Bullying Information Night on Wednesday, April 26th at 7:00pm. Students in grades 7-12 and their parents are invited to attend. Guest Speakers include, Judge Theresa Dellick, Mahoning County Juvenile Court Judge, Jim Delucia, Director of Clinical Services, Magistrate Carla Baldwin, and Sharon Fisher, Probation Supervisor.  Speakers will discuss the long term impact bullying has on victims and will provide essential information including the misuse of social media.

“Bullying is a serious problem and has become more prevalent with social media. Bullying often jeopardizes a child’s self- esteem, desire to attend and complete school and often creates long term psychological problems. Education is critical to combating something that is both wrong and often can have serious legal implications for both students and parents. Our goal is to prevent any involvement with the justice system and encourage healthy behaviors by sharing our knowledge, experience and advice.”   -Theresa Dellick, Judge

The program will be held in the high school cafeteria. Pizza and Beverages will be provided. Some content may not be appropriate for youth under the age of 13.

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