Parents hold meeting to discuss concerns about bullying at Temecula Valley Unified schools

Parents share some of their concerns about Temecula Valley Unified at The Empowerment Center Nov. 6. Will Fritz photo
Parents frustrated with what they said is inaction on the part of the Temecula Valley Unified School District regarding bullying met Wednesday a west Temecula business to discuss their concerns and come up with recommendations to bring to the school district.Several parents at the meeting Wednesday night said they have attempted to address bullying directed at their children, who attend various Temecula Valley Unified schools, for years with little success.The gathering was organized by Dave and Alicia Vialpando, who say one child who is now in college and another who is just starting high school have both experienced bullying problems at Great Oak High School. The Vialpandos said they have complained to administrators multiple times.The Empowerment Center, a nonprofit run that
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