Father of cyber-bullying victim speaking to parents, students
By Cindy DiFazio
Tuesday, September 1, 2009 at 8:00 pm
What would you pay to keep your child safe from a bully?
What if you could get that knowledge for free?
This evening local parents will have an opportunity to learn strategies to help protect their children from the newest kind of bully — the cyberbully.
Vermont resident John Halligan’s 13-year old son was bullied by classmates both in school and online. Doubtless, he wishes he was spending this evening catching up on Ryan’s college life. Ryan would be 19 now.
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