Rachel's Challenge to enlist W.Va. students in fight against bullying

Marshall County Schools in West Virginia has invited representatives of Rachel's Challenge to speak to sixth- through 12th-graders about combating bullying through a campaign of kindness. Representatives of the nonprofit -- named for Rachel Scott, the first student to die in the Columbine High School shooting -- will train students to continue the Friends of Rachel Club at their schools. Assistant Superintendent Corey Murphy said Rachel's Challenge "sends a strong message to students about how words and actions can affect people."

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