Bikers and musicians lead high school assembly on bystander intervention

MISSOULA – Rock and country music filled the halls of Loyola Sacred Heart High School Friday afternoon as Bikers Against Bullies and musicians teamed up to help spread the word about bystander intervention.

Jared Weeks from Saving Abel, and Jared Blake, one of Blake Shelton’s Top 4 on the first season of The Voice, performed for the students and discussed what in life they had learned was most important.

“If there was one thing that I hope that the kids take away from the day it would be to realize how much their choices matter, how much their choices influence others around them, but more than that just their life. Everything hinges on the decisions they make,” Blake said.

 

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First Lady Says She’ll Fight Cyber-Bullying

In a rare campaign speech, Melania Trump said that one of her key issues as First Lady would be to combat cyber-bullying.

“Our culture has gotten too mean and too rough, especially to children and teenagers,” Trump said Thursday afternoon in Pennsylvania. “It is never OK when a 12-year-old girl or boy is mocked, bullied or attacked … It is absolutely unacceptable when it is done by someone with no name hiding on the internet.”  See full article at:  http://time.com

Boy ‘driven to suicide by bullies’

A distraught mother has claimed that her 11-year-old son was driven to suicide by bullies at his school.

Thomas Thompson took an overdose of painkillers after other pupils picked on him because he was clever and well-spoken, she said.

Sandra Thompson found her son in his bedroom when she returned home from work in the evening.

Her partner, Geoff Clarke, tried to resuscitate the youngster while paramedics were called, but he had suffered a fatal heart attack.

Thomas is believed to be the youngest child to take his own life because of alleged bullying.

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