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How do we stop bullying? HWDSB's anti-bullying panel members take your questions

The Hamilton-Wentworth School Board's new bullying review panel begins its work this week. Two members of that panel take your questions and hear your comments on what we need to do to stop bullying in Hamilton schools.

Be a part of our live interview on Wednesday at noon

The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board's new bullying review panel begins its work this week. Two members of that panel take your questions and hear your comments on what needs to be done to stop bullying in Hamilton schools. 17:40

The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board's (HWDSB) new bullying review panel begins its work this week. Two members of that three-person panel drop by CBC Hamilton to take your questions and hear your comments on what we need to do to stop bullying in Hamilton schools.

Be a part of the conversation at noon on Wednesday. Guests include:

  • Dr. Jean Clinton, professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences in the division of Child Psychiatry at McMaster, is renowned nationally and internationally as an advocate for children's issues.
  • Brenda Flaherty, former Executive Vice President and COO at Hamilton Health Sciences, and currently Assistant Professor at McMaster University's School of Nursing, has extensive board experience for a variety of health, community development and well-being organizations.

The HWDSB is holding a public feedback session on Wednesday Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. at Westmount Secondary School at 39 Montcalm Drive in Hamilton. This is the first of several community feedback sessions being held by the Safe Schools: Bullying Prevention and Intervention Review Panel. You can contact them at safeschoolsreview@outlook.com.

How should the school board deal with bullying in Hamilton schools?

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