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The Seaman School Board is working to prevent bullying in its classrooms.
At a meeting last night, the board heard proposed changes to the district’s bullying policy.
The changes are being put forward to reflect changes after House Bill 22-22 also known as Loren’s Law was signed into law earlier this year.
Loren’s Law adds school personnel along with students to anti-bullying laws.
The Assistant Superintendent says all teachers went through training to make sure bullying doesn’t happen in their classrooms.
“You do a lot of different kinds of things I mean the articles we gave people to read included a lot of different opportunities for things that they might be able to do including students in certain kinds of decisions making in the classroom,” said Assistant Superintendent, Carolyn Orozco. “Providing different kinds of opportunities for students to work together in different types of scenarios that maybe they wouldn’t normally be doing.”