Watch: Watertown Anti-Bullying Campaign Kicks Off

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A year long anti-bullying program is underway at Watertown's Case Middle school.

Students marched around the school Friday to kick off the program, which will include weekly anti-bullying meetings.

"This affects a lot of people, even if you're not being bullied or the bully, it will affect you," said John Vanarnam, a Case student.

The anti-bullying effort will need the community's support, said Stephen Hirst, a Case teacher.

"It's not just one person, or a couple of people, it's everyone, school, community, parents, teachers, principals, everyone," he said.

To see, hear more from Friday's rally at Case Middle School, click on the picture to watch 7 News reporter Candace Dunkley's story.

 

 

 

Friday, October 31, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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