Miles Township Elementary school fourth-grade teacher Michele Shawver and Penns Valley Area School District Athletic and Community Relations Director Nate Althouse work with Carley Myers, Carly Ronk, Sidney Sweitzer and Kali Lucas on an anti-bullying skit. The skit was taped and edited on iPads and will be played at a Christmas concert and assembly next month.
Miles Township Elementary school fourth-grade teacher Michele Shawver and Penns Valley Area School District Athletic and Community Relations Director Nate Althouse work with Carley Myers, Carly Ronk, Sidney Sweitzer and Kali Lucas on an anti-bullying skit. The skit was taped and edited on iPads and will be played at a Christmas concert and assembly next month. CDT photo
Miles Township Elementary school fourth-grade teacher Michele Shawver and Penns Valley Area School District Athletic and Community Relations Director Nate Althouse work with Carley Myers, Carly Ronk, Sidney Sweitzer and Kali Lucas on an anti-bullying skit. The skit was taped and edited on iPads and will be played at a Christmas concert and assembly next month. CDT photo

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