Roswell parents seek changes to combat bullying

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ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – Parents in Roswell are taking their concerns about bullying to the school board Tuesday night.

According to the Roswell Daily Record, some members of the group, Parents Against Bullying of Roswell, have said that their children were beaten, injured and subjected to death threats.

Several parents say they plan to ask for changes they think are needed at Tuesday night’s school board meeting. In an email, Interim Superintendent Susan Sanchez said that the district “seeks to be proactive” in dealing with bullying, but does not believe the school district has an unusual problem regarding bullying.

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