Texas School Under Fire for Giving Offensive “Awards” to Students

by Brittany Weekley Lance Corporal Anthony Aguirre Junior High School in Houston, Texas has made the news for giving out offensive awards to students. Parents were shocked when their children returned home from school to find that their child had won an award at school, but not just any award. These awards included, “Most likely… Continue reading Texas School Under Fire for Giving Offensive “Awards” to Students

Teen Girl Stands Up to Bullies at a Colorado High School

by Brittany Weekley 16-year-old Sabrina Inman of Thunder Ridge High School in Douglas County, Colorado has made the news for her heroic stance against bullying. As we all know, bullying exists everywhere, especially in schools. Now, more than ever, students are taking a stance against it. Inman experienced bullying first-hand at her high school. She… Continue reading Teen Girl Stands Up to Bullies at a Colorado High School

School District Pays $125,000 for Bullying Lawsuit

  by Dylan Buckley On July 2015, a mother and her son sued the Brunswick School District for the bullying that her son experienced at Brunswick Junior High School that lasted more than two years. According to the Portland Press Herald, an agreement had finally been reached, and along with the $125,000, Brunswick Junior High… Continue reading School District Pays $125,000 for Bullying Lawsuit

NSV Highlight on: Youth Crime Watch of Miami-Dade

by Sean Hedden In a recent story by The Miami Herald, Youth Crime Watch (YCW) was highlighted as program where  youth are doing good for their community. Since 1979, YCW has provided children with “proactive strategies to create safe schools for all students.” By working with the local school districts, Youth Crime Watch is offered as… Continue reading NSV Highlight on: Youth Crime Watch of Miami-Dade