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Aldo Leopold students show unity to combat bullying

7:36 AM, Jan. 24, 2013
Aldo Leopold School students receive purple wristbands during an antibullying event to celebrate No Name Calling Week and to honor the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Wednesday.
Aldo Leopold School students receive purple wristbands during an antibullying event to celebrate No Name Calling Week and to honor the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Wednesday.
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Students at Green Bay's Aldo Leopold Community School work throughout the school year to combat bullying, wearing special purple shirts on certain days to show unity.

The students used the days following Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday to celebrate No Name Calling Week.

Some students coordinated a special assembly on Wednesday in which students wore purple. Eighth-graders acted out three bullying scenarios with ways to address and avoid them. Younger students had the opportunity to ...

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