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Posted on: March 22, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Step Up So Others Dont Get Stepped On

On Monday, March 27, the Lebanon Special School District
Family Resource Center will partner with the Wilson County
Sheriff’s Office to host a workshop on bullying/cyberbullying
and social media usage and dangers. Lieutenant Scott Moore
will facilitate the program.

 Last summer, Moore and the Sheriff’s Office hosted the first

annual Camp Victory. The program was a huge success and

made the national news on CBS. “The workshop with LSSD is a

chance to give students and their parents an overview of the

camp – enough to help them work through problems students

face in the classroom, life and on social media. Some students

won’t be able to attend the summer camp, so we wanted to

offer information to a larger range of kids, and include their

parents. Of course we will let attendees know more about

dates and hours of the extended summer program too,” said

Lieutenant Moore.

Family Resource Center Coordinator, Beth Petty said that

Moore has been a long time friend to LSSD, facilitating many

workshops and working with School Resource Officers. The

workshop, snacks and childcare are free. The meeting will be

held from 6:00-8:30 in the Castle Heights Elementary Library

located at 1007 Castle Heights Ave. N. To RSVP, please contact

Petty at 615-453-2693 or beth.petty@lssd.org

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