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We all know someone who has suffered bullying or who’s currently being bullied. With about one out of every four students in the United States saying that they’ve been bullied, the problem isn’t going away.

But the costs are high—emotionally, educationally and even monetarily. These are some of the reasons why community leaders, including the Maricopa County Attorney, are stepping up to bullying, as should all of us!

In My Neighborhood

Bear Essential News Celebrates 40th Year as Arizona Go-to for Families, Educators and Kids
HAVE A FUN TIME AT GIRL SCOUT CAMP
Students ‘Toon’ into Leadership
Author Stine Gives Kids Goosebumps
Chapin Builds Bridges with Arizona Kids
Visit the Children’s Museum Tucson

Kids in the Know

  • ASU Hosts Child Hearing Connections Camp

    I was able to attend the Arizona State University Connections Camp. Connections Camp was designed for Children with hearing impairment issues entering grades 2–5. 

  • It Could Happen to You!

    I was not sure what to think about it because I do not know anyone who wears hearing aids my age.

  • The Pony Express Rides Again

    The Hashknife Handoff Pony Express begins their ride from Holbrook to Scottsdale on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018.

Going Places

Sports Beat

  • D-backs Peralta Achieves His Dream

     Imagine dreaming that one day you’ll become a professional baseball player. What would it look like for you?

  • Team Sports Have Positive Impact

    Team sports offer kids a great opportunity to build social kills key to growing up. 

  • You’ll Run into Characters at Disney Races

    Runners run past Tinkerbell’s Pixie Hollow, alongside the sights of Downtown Disney and even over to Tom Sawyer’s Island in half-marathon runDisney races.

Movies & TV

  • Young Musician Shines in ‘Coco’

    Miguel! Nice to meet you! Anthony Gonzalez that is. Gonzalez is the voice of Miguel in the Disney/Pixar movie “Coco.”

  • Disney animator talks Moana, inspirations

    Darrin Butters, a veteran Disney animator, spent a day meeting with bloggers and journalists in Phoenix, Ariz., on Friday, Nov.