DPS team builds bridge between schools and parents
DENVER — Many people traditionally think of bullying as encounters in the hallways and on the playground at school, but in an age of social media, school administrators say it’s inescapable. “Now, you can’t even go home and get a break from it,” said dean of students at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Early College Derek Hawkins. “It has really gotten worse. It’s very easy for someone to bully another person that they don’t see.”