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It was wonderful to read about Dana Hills High School’s recent “What If” Week.
Not only was it timely in light of the recent Yik Yak incidents, but also important from a human relations standpoint. In a world that seems destined to be filled with cyber bullying and cruelty, it’s imperative that our children also experience positive, supportive and meaningful interaction.
As parents, none of us are “alone” in our struggles, and we certainly don’t want our children to feel alone either. Thank you Dana Hills for bringing humanity back to school.