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School Official Hopes To Raise Bullying Awareness

Arroyo Seco Junior High Adviser Brandy Brown remembers getting teased when she was an Arroyo Seco student, and she doesn’t want it to happen to anyone else.

“When I became an Associated Student Body adviser, I wanted to make that my big thing, my pet project,” she said, regarding an end to bullying.

“I also want family members and community members to be aware,” Brown said. “We’re all impacted by this, and the consequences are pretty severe.”

Her latest effort is about raising awareness through a trip to the movies.

Edwards Theaters in Canyon Country has agreed to show the movie “Bully,” which is an independent film, for a one-time-only show Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m.

In order to make sure the show takes place, the school needs to sell 110 tickets. Currently, the tickets will be available by clicking here. After Wednesday, tickets will be sold here.

After Wednesday, the school will be selling the tickets, and they may be purchased by calling 661-296-0991.


School Official Hopes To Raise Bullying Awareness

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