We did the same when I was in school, but it was organized totally by the students. We made it clear it wasn't cool to bully and essentially made them outcasts until they stopped.
On the up side I'm glad to see more common sense being proposed...
Professional Educators of Tennessee (PET) announces their support for the recently-introduced Student Self-Defense Bill (Senate Bill 113/House Bill 860). PET, a non-partisan teacher association headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, believes the proposed legislation brings common sense back into the zero-tolerance debate that has tied the hands of principals, schools and local school districts across the state.
Edited by Seeker79, 18 February 2013 - 04:39 PM.