Letter to the Editor

What ‘nonstop bullying’?

San MiguelMarch 10, 2013 

I recently read the Feb. 22 letter titled “Nonstop bullying.” As a 10th-grade student at Paso Robles High School, I disagree when the author says “I walk around the high school campus … where I see and hear the constant, nonstop bullying,” because there’s really not a lot of bullying on campus.

Also, I disagree when he says that he “sees no action,” because if the vice principal or an adult hears a rumor that someone is getting bullied or is bullying someone, they call you in and talk about it. Then they call your parents, so they can talk to you and clear everything out. Therefore, my argument with this is that the teachers and adults actually do something about it.

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