ALLENTOWN, Pa. - It's Anti-bullying Month and Central Elementary School in Allentown is using a Book Blast to help educate kids and parents about the issue.
The event, held Thursday night, focused on the importance of analyzing text.
All of the books had anti-bullying themes to help kids know what bullying looks, sounds, and feels like.
It's the third year of the anti-bullying Book Blast and teachers say they had an excellent turnout.
Bethlehem City Council's Community Development Committee forwarded an ordinance they said will be a "proactive storytelling" tool in showcasing the efficiency and effectiveness of tax-incentive programs throughout the city.Read More »
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