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Lodi High School parents take battle against bullying to school board

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Posted: Wednesday, May 21, 2014 12:00 am

A concerned Lodi mother, Michelle Zapata, spoke before the Lodi Unified School District board of trustees on Tuesday night, demanding action against what she calls the endless cyberbullying her daughter has endured in the past month.

Nearly 20 family members and friends rallied together in support of at least two teens who said they’d been bullied recently, arguing that Lodi High School hasn’t done enough to keep their children safe. They held a small protest outside of the district office before the meeting.

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  • Winona Cabrera posted at 9:49 am on Wed, May 21, 2014.

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    I think these parents time would be better spent helping their child develop some self-esteem. People are always going to say things that are going to hurt your feelings. I don't think the school has a right to punish children for things that happen when the child is not at school. If you don't like what someone is posting block it or get off line.

     
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