BALTIMORE - Schools in the area are working to eliminate bullying from the classroom.
Friday is the first anti-bullying day, hosted by Baltimore County Public School
Students will take part in activities designed to raise awareness about bullying and promote respect.
The day officially kicks off in the morning, with a rally at Lansdowne Middle School.
More than a dozen schools are participating.
Most of the students will sign an anti-bullying pledge at lunch.
There are also skits and performances planned throughout the day.
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