Bullies aren't cool at John F. Kennedy Catholic High School

LISA JOHNSTON | lisajohnston@archstl.org
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Bullying is not cool at John F. Kennedy Catholic High School. The archdiocesan high school in Manchester is proactive in preventing bullying behavior, according to associate principal Patty McMullen-Hellwig. "If we hear any rumblings or anything, we try to reach out to the students before it starts," she said. But it's more than official policy. The school culture at Kennedy, from the students on up, does not look kindly on bullying behavior.

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