Medford, Ore. – The Medford School District is addressing the intense emotions that many schools and communities are experiencing in the wake of this year’s election.
According to the district, some students felt unsafe or bullied on Wednesday and Thursday following the election. Officials say bullying, harassment, or intimidation will never be accepted at the school.
The district said it’s vital for students to participate in democracy, and teachers are encouraged to hold respectful classroom discussions so students can express their opinions through civil discussions.
Students and/or parents are encouraged to contact their teachers or principals with any concerns.
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