TVUSD parents attend second meeting on bullying in Temecula schools

David Vialpando speaks to parents and community members at The Empowerment Center, Wednesday, Nov. 20. Will Fritz photo
Parents speaking out against what they said is bullying in Temecula schools and inaction on the part of the Temecula Valley Unified School District met for a second time Wednesday, Nov. 20, at The Empowerment Center in Temecula to follow up on their concerns and recommendations that they plan to bring to district leaders.David and Alicia Vialpando, the organizers of the meeting, were behind a similar meeting earlier in November when several parents said they have attempted to address bullying directed at their children, who attend various Temecula Valley Unified schools, for years with little success.The Vialpandos said one child who is now in college and another who is a freshman at Great Oak High School have both experienced bullying problems that they brought to the attention of
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