Schools Looking to End Bullying in N.C. School District

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Gaston County Schools wants to start a chain reaction of caring one student at a time.

The goal is to create a cultural shift to change Gaston County into a kinder place using the Rachel’s Challenge program. But the school system needs the community’s help. “As a school system we don’t stand a prayer of being successful without partnerships,” said Gaston County Schools Superintendent Reeves McGlohon Thursday at the first community kickoff for Rachel’s Challenge.

Gaston County Schools doesn’t have a bigger bullying challenge than other districts, McGlohon said. The district is also among the safest among large urban school districts.

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