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On Air Staff and WPM Interns
Fri January 13, 2012
National statistics show bullying diminishes from elementary to middle school, but bigger classes and strange new hormones can make it a stressful time for kids. Principal Jason Sleep and Assistant Principal Jason Schiller took the helm at Powell Middle School in 2004, and identifying bullying as an emerging national issue – set up a game plan to deal with bullying long before the legislature asked them to. Wyoming Public Radio’s Rebecca Martinez visited with them this fall, and joins us in the studio to talk about it.