After being bullied, Aurora 4th-grader works to make recess more inclusive
AURORA, Colo. -- A local girl is working with a non-profit group to make recess time more inclusive for kids. Teachers report spending about two hours a day resolving conflicts that start at recess. For some students, recess can be the worst part of their day. At Montview Elementary in Aurora, one will find a different kind of recess. It's common to find older kids helping the younger ones. The older kids even lead games and make sure everyone is included.