bullying

Mayor of Colfax Calls Sexual Misconduct Investigation at School “Very Sensitive Issue”

Some Students Removed From Classes During Investigation

COLFAX, ND — School officials in Colfax have removed some students from classes as allegations of harassment, bullying or hazing that might involve student sexual misconduct are being investigated. The mayor of Colfax says the investigation is “a very sensitive issue” for the community. Scott Gauslow declined to comment further on talk in town that the alleged misbehavior might involve…

Richland County Authorities Investigating Possible School Harassment in Colfax

Law enforcement was called in to determine if a crime was committed

COLFAX, N.D. — Authorities have stepped in to investigate a case of harassment, bullying or hazing at the high school in Colfax, North Dakota. The Richland County Sheriff’s Office is following up with a report filed at Richland 44 High School. Superintendent Tim Godfrey says he was notified late last week of the problem. Law enforcement was called in to…

Richland County Investigation Into Allegations of Harassment, Bullying or Hazing.

Superintendent Tim Godfrey says "we take such allegations very seriously".

COLFAX, N.D. – The Richland County Sheriff’s office has taken over the investigation into allegations of “harassment, bullying or hazing” involving students at Richland School District #44 Junior and Senior High School in Colfax. Superintendent Tim Godfrey in a statement says, Richland Public School District #44 recently learned of allegations of student misconduct, possibly constituting harassment, bullying, or hazing, at…

This Minnesota 10-Year-Old Is Putting a Stop to Bullying

"I'm hoping that it makes a difference and that it kind of brings down the bullying rage a little bit"

FARGO, ND — About one in three students in the U.S. say they have been bullied at school. One Minnesota fifth grader is trying to fix that. He’s changing the minds of those around him. This is Thomas. A 10–year–old boy from Sartell, who loves to fish and ride his bike…but his passions go much deeper than that. At a…

Fargo North High Freshmen Participate in Respect Retreat

Ninth graders were taught how to build strong connections with one another, how to address bullying

MOORHEAD, Minn. — At North High, they’re making sure every freshman feels comfortable. More than 200 ninth graders participated in a Respect Retreat at the Hjemkomst Center. It taught them how to build stronger relationships with one another and to prevent bullying. Freshmen also met with seniors to discuss what they’d like to accomplish in their high school careers. Dancing, role…