P.S. 72 holds annual anti-bully march

Hundreds of teachers, students, parents and community members hit the pavement to stomp out bullying.

Hundreds of teachers, students, parents and community members hit the pavement to stomp out bullying. (5/13/13)

THE BRONX - An entire student body took to the streets of the Bronx to spread a strong message against bullying.

Teachers, parents and other community members walked alongside 600 students from P.S. 72 for a third consecutive year. The group marched down East Tremont and Randall avenues holding signs to stomp out the hate together.

The elementary school has been named a "Gold Star School" by the Anti-Defamation League for the past three years, and says it's working toward a fourth.  

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