"Bullying, Suspension and Student Behavior" is set for Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Landsdowne Middle School.
Baltimore County Public Schools officials and others will discuss bullying during an event Wednesday at Lansdowne Middle School. The Southwest Area Education Advisory Council will host the event, called "Bullying, Suspension and Student Behavior." It's set to take place from 7-8 p.m. at the school, located at 2400 Lansdowne Road. BCPS will have two people speaking at the event, including Dale Rauenzahn, executive director of the Department of School Safety and Security and Frank Abbott, who is the superintendent's designee in the southwest area.
A Baltimore man allegedly forced one of his son’s tormentors into his car and cursed at him.
How far would you go to protect your child from bullying? Tell us in the comments. Donald Shields Sr., 33, is being held without bail on kidnapping, assault and false imprisonment charges after he allegedly forced a child that reportedly beat up his son into his car and cursed at him on Nov. 5, according to Baltimore Sun. Shields allegedly drove the boy around before dropping him off at Yorkwood Elementary School. Tia Drakes, Shields’ fiancé, said he was doing what the school wouldn’t do and protecting their son, WBAL-TV reports. The eight-year-old boy told the television station his stomach would hurt when he went to school because he was so afraid of bullying. The issue of bullying in schools has become an increasingly prolific topic …
School system launching new program to identify online threats to students.