Corpus Christi anti-bullying students program draws praise
June 25, 2017
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) — Damion Govea, 12, knows the good kids from the bad at Metro Elementary School of Design.
He's been in class with them long enough to tell them apart, he said.
The Corpus Christi Caller-Times reports Damion is a good kid. And for his good behavior, he was cherry-picked from his homeroom class to participate in an anti-bullying program that grouped them all together for one hour, once a week from March through the end of the school year.
He said realized something.
"Everyone is just the same," he said.
Damion was chosen to participate in Metro E's first Bullypro...