Like a lot of brothers, Skylar and Magnus Pitcher share a love of a sport. But it's not shooting baskets or making touchdowns they dream about. It's lunging and parrying, advancing and scoring points in fencing.
When they closed their eyes imagining what a bully might look like, many Lee Elementary students saw a similar picture - someone big and tough, maybe wearing a shirt with a skull on it, frowning or making a mad face, and always doing something to hurt someone like kicking or punching or being mean.
No one imagined a picture of themselves.
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Amy Purdy, an actress, writer, inspirational speaker, and famed "Dancing with the Stars" competitor, wowed millions with her will and determination to compete even after having both legs amputated. In her new book, Purdy remembers one special teacher - Jamie Bowman - a TKMS teacher for 15 years.