WYCKOFF - Students at the Eisenhower Middle School in Wyckoff took part in the three R's program yesterday in an effort to learn more about tolerance.
Officials say the program was designed to help kids interact with others and present those who have overcome great challenges and obstacles in their lives. The three R's stand for Respect, Reflect and Resiliency.
Among those who shared their stories were a Holocaust survivor and one of the Lost Boys of Sudan who was separated from his family when he was 6 years old during an attack on his village.
Several other anti-bullying events are being held around New Jersey throughout the week. News 12 New Jersey's Della Crews will host a panel of experts to take your calls and answer your questions live on the air Thursday starting at 7:30 p.m.
Share your bullying stories
North Brunswick students take part in anti-bullying program