MEDFORD, Ore. – South Medford High School students are starting spring break with a new goal: to have courage.
Paul Coughlin, an anti-bullying speaker, talked with the students for over an hour today. Twenty-four students wrote and asked him to come and speak at their school.
Coughlin says that’s the most students from any one school that have ever sent him letters.
Some students say bullying is an issue at South Medford, but other say that it’s something that happens everywhere.
But, both those who see it and those who don’t say that this seminar is something that will help the students.
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