GRANITE FALLS — A public discussion about bullying is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at Granite Falls High School.
Carl Cary and Tom Eadie, from the Granite Falls School Board, are putting on the event. Other board members don’t plan to attend because a quorum would trigger a formal meeting under state law. The goal is to have a supportive environment and conversation, Cary wrote in an event description.
There should be no discussion of the alleged threat at the middle school last week by a father who said his daughter was bullied.
“The ongoing investigation at the middle school cannot and will not be discussed or commented on,” Cary wrote.
The goal is to listen to concerns and get ideas about what the district can do, Eadie said in an email. There also will be information about efforts to prevent bullying and laws related to student discipline.