Over 100 students gathered this morning to protest the manner in which a bullying incident was handled between
They also were displeased over a sixth grader, who, students say, was expelled from for 80 days for retaliating against students who bullied him.
To quell the protest, students were told by principal John Musat that Bolich will hold weekly forums to address bullying issues, said Phyllis Moore.
According to students, seventh grader Jasmine Moore organized the protest and entered the building when school officials began to acquiesce to their demands.
Several other students followed suit and returned to class. However, about 30 protestos remained outside to continue the protest.
"We're here because the school doesn't listen to us," said Bolich student Logan Larlham. "Bullying won't go away and neither will we."
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Editor's Note: This story misidentified a parent of the expelled student. We regret the error.
Principal John Musat couldn't immediately be reached by phone for comment.