Dulles Middle School “Hallway Heroes” promote anti-bullying efforts

Members of “Hallway Heroes” are shown in their new t-shirts.

A group of Dulles Middle School students, called ”Hallway Heroes,” are making sure their campus is bully-free. The “Hallway Heroes” patrol the hallways during class changes and lunchtime to provide a positive presence for all students.

“Students at Dulles Middle School are serious about stopping bullying,” said Vickey Smith, eighth-grade counselor. “Hallway Heroes is a fast growing group of students who want to make a positive contribution to making our school a safer, more enjoyable place for everyone.”

“Hallway Heroes” was formed two years ago to support the school’s “No Place for Hate” efforts. The 65-member group, comprised of students in grades 6-8, meets bi-monthly to discuss student concerns, perform role-play situations, view anti-bullying videos, and create anti-bullying posters to place along school hallways. Hallway Heroes are also taught how to be proactive when intervening in bullying situations.

DMS counselors sponsor the group.

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