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A handful of students can make the difference between a hostile environment and one that encourages friendship, tolerance and peaceful co-existence. Leland Middle School has the latter. Thanks to a federally funded Learn and Serve Grant administered by Communities in Schools, students are working together to end bullying in their school.
The program, called Live in Peace, involves nearly a dozen students committed to making their school a better place.
“We want to stop people from treating other people wrong,” explained sixth-grader Josiah Deal.
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