Kentwood students "challenge" bullying | Education
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KENTWOOD, Mich. (WZZM) - Hundreds of students at East Kentwood High School are being challenged to break down barriers.
Thursday morning, students, faculty, and others from the community went through a series of anti-bullying programs. The hope is to curb teasing, violence, and oppression.
This is the second year for Challenge Day. It was launched after a special needs student made it his priority.
400 students took part in the activities.
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