Wausau Students Hearing Anti-Bullying Message From Ronald McDonald

By: Leah Kraus Email
By: Leah Kraus Email

Ronald McDonald stopped by a Wausau elementary school Thursday to talk to students about bullying.

Ronald told students at G.D. Jones Elementary if they're bullied they should tell a teacher or trusted adult. But it wasn't all a lecture-- he danced, sang, and even performed magic tricks for the kids.

"Hearing it from Ronald McDonald... from a person that they’ve seen and can connect with is really important to help children realize its important to treat others the way they want to be treated. And that’s something they’ll have for the rest of their lives,” explained Principal, Chris Kamrath.

More than 300 students attended the assembly.

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