"They can walk into school a little prouder than they did when this happened," one of the organizers said of the event.
Students at a Maryland high school are supporting each other following their school resource officer's death.
Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC) has been working with the Sarasota School District to teach students about healthy relationships for more than 15 years. One of their sessions took place Nov. 7 at Pine View School, and apparently it left some parents and staff confused and concerned.
Despite facing possible disciplinary action, whoever was behind the prank has a number of fans on social media.
“Stay strong Mr. Riley. The community stands behind you,” one supporter wrote on the GoFundMe to raise funds for the music teacher.
The footage released shows the pair inching closer toward each other before throwing punches, as other students in the classroom film the incident on their phones.
The assistant principal at a California high school issued an apology in a recent issue of the student magazine, but mixed feelings remain.
One person allegedly shown in the photo has lost a job, and another person or persons won’t be entering the U.S. Army.
Ann Norvell rushed to Butler High School after receiving a text from her daughter about a school shooting — and managed to help the victim's mom see her son one last time.
"Enter if you believe men are the superior gender," and "What's a women's [sic] point of view? The kitchen window," are just two examples of the sexist messages written on posters in a Utah high school hallway.
The parents allegedly heard a curse word in Spanish directed at the referee, but the referee did not report hearing any inappropriate comments.
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Doug Leist, the principal of Kings High School first used the N-word in January during a staff meeting days after a basketball team that included King students wore jerseys bearing racial slurs. In a discussion about countering racism, Leist was heard using the word.
"I am apologizing to you for my actions," wrote a North Carolina high school student who assaulted his classmate Wood Williams, who is still recovering from a severe beating. The story is a lesson in forgiveness.
“Mr. James teaches the kids sign language every now and then, teaches them good manners, and how to treat other people,” the principal said.
Homecoming kings and queens might be a thing of the past, as schools move toward using fewer labels to create a more inclusive educational and social environment.
"Parents have emailed me about their children dealing with racism at this school and white parents whose children have witnessed it," says the mother of the suspended student.
Police officers are having trouble identifying the crime committed after students at a Davis, Calif., high school alleged that cookies distributed to classmates on campus contained cremated remains of one of their peers' relatives.
A gay high school student in Santa Ana, Calif., is sending a message about acceptance in the best way he knows how: by asking his friend, the straight football captain, to prom.
The school district has reaffirmed students' rights to express themselves when it comes to politics.
A cross-country runner is kicking up dust about a high school dress code that requires athletes to wear shirts at all times regardless of their gender or sport.
An example of bullying outlined in a lawsuit against the Seneca Valley School District in Pennsylvania: Students placed masking tape on T.F.'s back that read "predator" without his knowledge.
"People look at me like I'm beautiful, like I'm a human being, like everyone else," the 17-year-old senior said.
10th-graders at a school in Canada were supposed to be learning about differing views in politics — but instead they seemed to be getting schooled on the political stance of the person who had prepared the lesson.