Author of popular novel on the subject will lead community forum


Greenfield Central Junior High School students (from left) Ethan Kile, Noah Ramsey, Schuyler Jensen, Morgan Tucker, Whitney Bishop and Jenna Parsons are members of the "Just Stop It" anti-bullying club.

GREENFIELD — More than 700 students will dedicate an entire day next week to a school-wide anti-bullying event organized by a group of teens who say they want to see change in their school.

Tuesday, the Greenfield Central Junior High School student body will spend the day learning ways to identify bullying, stand up to those who do target others and report bad behavior to the right people.

The event culminates that night with a community forum for parents led by Doug Wilhelm, author of “The Revealers,” a popular novel about bullying at a middle school not unlike those in Hancock County.

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