Stow Schools to Join Cuyahoga Falls in 'I Have a Secret' Anti-Bullying Event
Parents, students, faculty and staff from each district are invited to the event, which will consist of a stage performance and discussion led by a panel of local law experts.
The event is open to the community, and students from grades seven to 12 and their parents are strongly encouraged to attend, said Cuyahoga Falls Schools Superintendent Todd Nichols.
"(I Have a Secret), presented in part by Diversity Initiatives, is designed to raise awareness of bullying while supporting teachers, administrators and students to actively take steps to help counter the social issue," said Stow-Munroe Falls Schools rep Jacquie Mazziotta.
Following the stage performance, a guided discussion will be hosted by a panel of experts, who include: the Honorable Judge Linda Tucci-Teodosio, Cuyahoga Falls Chief of Police, Tom Pozza, and Sarah Moore, Partner, Roetzel and Andress.
HAPPY, a group comprised of members from Stow-Munroe Falls High School, will also deliver a brief presentation to show how the student group at SMFHS works to prevent bullying.
The event is free and will be held on Monday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Cuyahoga Falls High School auditorium, located at 2300 4th Street.
For more information, contact the Cuyahoga Falls City School District Department of Pupil Services at 330-926-3800 ext. 502042.