Around Annapolis: Girls Become ‘buddies not bullies’ at camp

2012 Annual ReportAbout 150 students learned how to recognize the signs of bullying at P.A.V.E. (Project Anti-Violence Education) Camp at Camp Woodlands in Annapolis, the Capital reported. Camp attendees learned about the various forms of bullying, including physical, verbal, emotional and online, as well as how to get help and recognize roles in the bullying cycle.

“Around Annapolis: Girls become ‘buddies not bullies’ at summer camp” by Diane M. Rey, published July 1, 2011 in The Capital.

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