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Anti-Bullying Initiatives Recognized in Huntsville City Schools

Huntsville City Schools recognized for tackling prejudice and bullying inside their walls.

Huntsville City Schools have recognized their outstanding teachers and students, who are tackling prejudice and bullying, by holding a celebration at Lee High School Thursday evening. All 38 schools in the district earned the designation, No Place for Hate; an initiative  by the Anti-Defamation League that is designed to create a welcoming school community.

“We really see students and parents and teachers have the language and the resources that they need to build inclusive schools,” said the education director, Erin Beachem.

The No Place for Hate campaign is offered to schools for free. It is designed to stop any bias or bullying, as well as create a safe environment for students of all ages.