Mallory’s family is also setting up a foundation, Dianne Grossman said, “to fill in the gaps and what is missing in the anti-bullying platform and not duplicate it.”The Legislature has tried hard to make school districts more accountable for the bullying acts by students, yet the social media whirlwind in which we live makes it difficult.
Parents have a role to play as well, not only by better monitoring what their children post and tweet online, but also by teaching them to respect peers, and to show common decency and civility toward fellow students.
It says something about the deep feelings for Mallory, and about the urgency of the crisis of bullying that those at the vigil stood in the rain, trying to keep their candles lit.
At this point, any light that attempts to cut through the darkness that is cyber-bullying is an act of compassion.“My daughter brought us all together, and she will continue to unite us,” said Dianne Grossman, Mallory’s mother.
Michael Karas/Mallory Grossman’s mother, Dianne, hugs her daughter Carlee during the candlelight vigil on Sept.
14 at White Meadow Lake Country Club in Rockaway Township. Mallory Grossman's mother, Dianne, hugs her daughter Carlee during Thursday night's candlelight vigil at White Meadow Lake Country Club in Rockaway Township. Last week hundreds of people gathered on the lawn of the White Meadow Lake Clubhouse in Rockaway Township to recall Mallory Grossman, the 12-year-old Copeland Middle School student who died by suicide on June 14 after reportedly being cyber-bullied for months.
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