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Amherst High School to combat cyberbullying

Amherst High School is taking on cyberbullying.

The high school on Friday will host the "AT&T and Siena Upstander Program," a cyberbullying prevention program that uses trained Siena College students to help educate students, teachers and school administrators.

Siena College student will work with 20 student leaders from the high school and then participate in a school-wide assembly.  The objective is to create an "upstander" culture, an anti-bullying phrase used to encourage students not to be a bystander when they witness cyberbullying, but rather to speak up or notify an adult.


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