Protesters gather at Bolingbrook HS Monday, demand stronger stance against bullying
Protest comes after BHS administrators thwarted student-led walk-out
BOLINGBROOK – Five protesters gathered near Bolingbrook High School Monday morning, supporting what they said was a thwarted student-led anti-bullying walk-out last Wednesday.
From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday, the Rev. Patrick Green of Life Bridge Church in Lockport led the protest and was joined by fellow congregation members Amy Studer and Jacob Weinert, as well Karen Thompson and her daughter, who she says is home-schooled because of bullying issues at past schools.
Holding anti-bullying signs, they lined up across the street from the high school campus, soliciting honks from drivers and speaking to Bolingbrook residents who passed by.
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