What’s Right with Our Schools: Student creates anti-bully app
NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. – One Oklahoma student is working to make our classrooms a bit safer.
A fifth grader at Nichols Hills Elementary was so concerned about the tragic shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, she decided to take action.
Genisis Franks is now on a mission to end school bullying.
She has created an anti-bullying app and won the science fair with her idea.
Sponsor Randall Reed Ford recognized Franks for her efforts.
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