A Parkway Central High School student is kicked out of school and facing expulsion for inappropriate Facebook messages, KMOV reports.
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Local parents and Parkway reacts as a Town and Country lawmaker takes steps to tighten school bullying policies and educate students at a younger age about bully behavior.
Bullying is a problem that no parent or child wants to deal with, but many are. Despite efforts on many levels to stop the harassment that often begins at a very early age, when Patch talked to kids, parents and school officials, we were hard pressed to find someone who hasn't either dealt with the issue personally or seen it take place. All agreed that an even bigger issue is that it's a hard problem to solve because the behavior begins at an early age and it's normally done when adults aren't around. The issue is so big that students, parents, and teachers are scheduled to address the issue Thursday at the White House during a conference on bullying prevention. Meanwhile, Town and Country Republican State Representative Sue Allen also …