ROGUE RIVER, Ore. – Bullies are speaking up and apologizing to those they’ve hurt.
The Protectors is a southern Oregon organization that aims to help students understand and prevent bullying.
The students at Rogue River Elementary worked with the founder, Paul Coughlin, Thursday morning. On Thursday night, Coughlin spoke with parents about the same issue.
Many students stood up to ask for forgiveness right then, in front of their classmates, others said they would find those they’ve hurt and ask for forgiveness later in the day.
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