New force in anti-bullying joins front line in Anoka-Hennepin

  • Article by: MARIA ELENA BACA , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 14, 2012 - 9:38 PM

Jennifer Cherry will help the district combat bullying as directed by lawsuit settlement.

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okbruceJul. 14, 12 9:22 PM

So when Ms. Cherry tosses out Catholics from the public schools for not affirming and celebrating homosexuality, we'll take them back into our own schools and affirm the truth.

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kd5757Jul. 14, 12 9:38 PM

I hope Anoka-Hennepin makes good use of this program. This could be a great opportunity to teach students (and staff) more effective ways of getting along with one another. When people are in a positive environment, they are more productive. If they don't feel safe or respected, the opposite occurs.

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kd5757Jul. 14, 12 9:41 PM

@bruce....the Catholics I know will do just fine. They left the dark ages years ago.

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muggsh2oJul. 14, 1210:21 PM

What a huge waste of money! Nothing like taking things way too far!

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okbruceJul. 14, 1210:32 PM

@kd5757: The Catholics you know aren't real Catholics. When push comes to shove, as it will in November, they'll still be dressed like empty pews.

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gcrileyJul. 17, 12 7:00 AM

okbruce Jul. 14, 12 9:22 PM So when Ms. Cherry tosses out Catholics from the public schools for not affirming and celebrating homosexuality, we'll take them back into our own schools and affirm the truth. -- Seriously, a bit paranoid aren't we? Just where did do you get the idea that Catholics are going to be kicked out, unless you believe it is their duty to bully gays? They can just ignore them you know.

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