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Anti-bullying assembly held at Dallas Middle School


February 19. 2013 3:36PM
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Dallas Middle School recently held an assembly for all eighth-grade students featuring Luzerne County Judge Tina Gartley and Detective Chas Balogh of the Luzerne County District Attorney's Office. Gartley spoke to students about the legal ramifications of bullying and inappropriate internet use. Balogh used a multimedia presentation to overview internet safety, cyber bullying and monitoring tools for online behavior. At the event, from left: Balogh, Thomas Duffy, principal, Middle School; Gartley; Michael Shevock, guidance counselor, Middle School; and Norb Swithers, home and school visitor, Dallas School District.




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