Anti-Bully Boot Camp
There's bullying at school and online. Bullying is a lot worse than getting shoved up against a locker in the hall these days and is even leading some kids to suicide. First Coast News is committed to holding the Anti-Bully Boot Camp annually to share fun and life-saving information with kids and their parents. We want to say thank you to our sponsors that helped to make the inaugural event a huge success.
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Report raises questions about alleged 'bullying'
Obscene graffiti on an intersection in the quiet coastal community of Fernandina Beach...
Obscene graffiti on an intersection in the quiet coastal community of Fernandina Beach was reported to First Coast News by a concerned neighbor as an incidence of bullying.
Funeral held for bullied girl who killed self
Some 250 mourners have thronged the funeral of a 12-year-old central Florida girl who...
Some 250 mourners have thronged the funeral of a 12-year-old central Florida girl who authorities say committed suicide after being bullied through online message boards and texts.
The mother of a 12-year-old Florida girl who jumped to her death after being bullied for months is exploring her legal options.
A local teenager said she was on the verge of committing suicide because of bullying.
Magician Mark Alan performs during the 2013 Anti-Bully Boot Camp.
Exclusive video from one of the sessions during the 2013 Anti-Bully Boot Camp.
First Coast News meteorologist Steve Smith kicks off a session at the 2013 Anti-Bully Boot Camp.
Basketball Hall of Famer Artis Gilmore speaks about his experiences of being bullied at the 2013 Anti-Bully Boot Camp.
First Coast News General Manager Eric Land kicks off the 2013 Anti-Bully Boot Camp.
Local author Deon Davis attended First Coast News' Anti-Bully Boot Camp on Saturday to read her book "Beanie and the Bully."
Now registration filled up quick for the bully boot camp, but we will be streaming the event live on our website on first coast news dot com.
I'm A Star students met on Saturday and prepared for the Anti-Bullying Bootcamp. Five students are project members and have done a great deal of research on bullying and solutions.
From the time he was a little kid, Lee Kaplan wanted to be an actor. But when the Jacksonville native returned to town Saturday he brought his own story center stage.
Jennifer Mansfield and Former State Attorney Jeremy Chess will lead a session called know your rights at the Anti-Bully Bootcamp that is being held at MOSH on October 5th.