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Stop, Walk, Talk at Granby Elementary School

Sixth grade students at Granby Elementary set the example for building an anti-bullying community within their school. The students were part of a recent school-wide assembly that reinforced the Stop, Walk, Talk strategy that empowers students to take a stand against behavior that is offensive or unwanted. The students encouraged others at their school to stop or make an assertive declaration; walk away from the situation; and talk to teacher or adult about what happened. Pictured above are some of the students involved in the school-wide presentation: Vance Hebert, front left, Caleb Hogan, front right, Kelsey Rosenbarker, back left, and Katelyn Jones.
Sixth grade students at Granby Elementary set the example for building an anti-bullying community within their school. The students were part of a recent school-wide assembly that reinforced the Stop, Walk, Talk strategy that empowers students to take a stand against behavior that is offensive or unwanted. The students encouraged others at their school to stop or make an assertive declaration; walk away from the situation; and talk to teacher or adult about what happened. Pictured are some of the students involved in the school-wide presentation: Vance Hebert, front left, Caleb Hogan, front right, Kelsey Rosenbarker, back left, and Katelyn Jones.