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Middle school holds cyberbullying assembly

Students at West Rocks Middle School in Norwalk were invited to an assembly Thursday about cyberbullying. Members of the eighth grade class wrote and performed the show for the sixth grade. The show

News 12 Staff

Nov 21, 2014, 1:36 AM

Updated 3,496 days ago

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Students at West Rocks Middle School in Norwalk were invited to an assembly Thursday about cyberbullying.
Members of the eighth grade class wrote and performed the show for the sixth grade. The show taught the students about how cyberbullying can hurt others.
Sen. Bob Duff and Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling also attended the assembly and spoke to the students about responsible online behavior.
The Optimum Community awarded the school $2,500 for developing anti-bullying programs.
Optimum is owned by Cablevision, which is the parent company of News 12 Connecticut.


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