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Photos by Katlin Brock|Daily NewsKeith Deltano presented several anti-bullying assembly programs throughout the Bell County School District this week.
Photos by Katlin Brock|Daily NewsKeith Deltano presented several anti-bullying assembly programs throughout the Bell County School District this week.
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Right Fork School Center hosted the second day of the anti-bullying campaign on Thursday.


Speaker Keith Deltano entertained fourth- through eighth-graders with his comedic styling, broaching topics such as online harassment, cliques and dealing with suicide.


“Let’s hear it for being weird” was the motto Deltano used to motivate the crowd of students to rally against bullying and become more unified.


There were an estimated 150 students in attendance in the gymnasium for the anti-bullying assembly.


Deltano involved students in his comedy act by allowing them to perform skits, which involved bullying situations and what to do as a bystander.


“Physical, verbal, exclusion, online,” were the forms of bullying that Deltano covered during the assembly.


For more information about the anti-bullying assembly and Keith Deltano’s work please visit: www.DontBullyOnline.com


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