In most instances, the anti-bullying message tugs at the heartstrings through an appeal to the emotions. Princeton ISD’s recent program took a different twist, and the students responded with enthusiasm to the energetic presentation delivered during a display of extreme sports.
ASA Entertainment was at Princeton High School recently to talk to secondary students about the dangers of bullying. The emcee for the event announced startling statistics as extreme sport athletes showed off their skills on the half-pipe.
“No Place for Hate” is sponsored by the Marines to help get the word to students about how they should treat their classmates.
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