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Seon announces anti-bullying grant recipients

Posted on May 1, 2014

On Thursday, Seon announced the recipients of its anti-bullying grant. After reviewing the applications, the supplier based its selection on a number of criteria, including need, creativity, project detail and project reach.

There are seven recipients of anti-bullying grant money and The Bully Project Educator’s DVD & Toolkits. However, because there were so many inspiring applications, according to Seon, the supplier also awarded 12 recipients The Bully Project DVD and Toolkits — these applicants expressed how the kits would benefit their school districts and school bus transportation staff in educating about bullying.

The recipients of Seon’s anti-bullying grant and The Bully Project Educator’s DVD and Toolkits are:

• Voyageur Transportation Services, London, Ontario
• Scott County Schools, Forest, Miss.
• Lisbon (N.D.) Public Schools
• Chesterfield (Va.) County Public Schools
• Gallup-McKinley County Schools, Gallup, N.M.
• Brainerd (Minn.) Public Schools

The recipients of The Bully Project Educator’s DVD and Toolkits are:

• West Carroll District #314, Thomson, Ill.
• James A. Garfield Local School District, Garrettsville, Ohio
• Buffalo Trail Public Schools, Wainwright, Alberta
• Blackfoot (Idaho) School District #55
• Hopkins (Minn.) Public Schools
• Lowell (Mass.) Public Schools
• Lee’s Summit (Mo.) R-7 School District
• Cape Breton-Victoria District School Board, Sydney, Nova Scotia
• Calaveras Unified School District, San Andreas, Calif.
• Capistrano Unified School District, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
• Marion (Ohio) City Schools
• Campbell County School District, Gillette, Wyo.

Each story and anti-bullying plan will be individually highlighted over Seon’s blog and social media outlets throughout 2014, according to the company.

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