At last, all diocesan schools are back in session. Catholic schools are great places for faith, academics and service. That doesn't mean they're completely free of bullies. Some diocesan schools have adopted anti-bullying programs over the years.
The Catholic Education Office in the Diocese of Wollongong (Australia) wrote an anti-bullying policy earlier in the calendar year. Students at three primary and secondary schools inspired a related video. It uses their voice and experience to focus on the impact of bullying and provide practical strategies, according to xt3.com which highlighted the video.
With 29 elementary schools and eight high schools, the diocese largely mirrors Phoenix.
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For a video that was posted toward the end of a school year, it's seen some serious traction with 16,000 views.