Students join together to promote acceptance
Her plan was set. If no one asked her how she was doing, or showed some type of concern, in three days she would take her life.
After years of taunts from peers that began in as early as preschool the eighth grader finally decided she had enough.
“My first childhood memory [of being bullied] is being punched in the face in preschool,” the Round Lake Beach resident recalled. “Growing up they would say things like, ‘freak, slut, whore, ugly.’ Finally in eighth grade I had suicidal thoughts and my grades were plummeting.
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