Tulsa, Okla. - Northeast Oklahoma parent Jennelle Holeman started a Facebook page called Oklahoma Parent's Alliance Against Bullying, after she says her own kids were bullied in school.
The goal of the page is to give parents a place to share ideas and pool resources in their effort to stop bullying in schools.
For example, she recently posted a link to the Oklahoma Department of Education's website, which has a plethora of anti-bullying resources, something she says she wasn't aware of when she first began to tackle her own kids' problem with bullying.
"You go to the parents section and scroll down to the bullying prevention section, you can find the documents to download and start recording every incident that happens," she said. "Take this to your principal, take this to your superintendent."
She said she wasn't satisified with the response to her kids' problem from her local school officials, so she decided to go to the state level, which she said can be a somewhat confusing process, so she's doing what she can to try to educate other parents about it.