At last, justice has been served in the small town of Greece, New York. The children who bullied bus monitor Karen Klein have been officially disciplined. New York's WHAM 13 reports:
The Greece Central School District announced on Friday that four students involved in bullying a bus monitor will be suspended from school and regular bus transportation for one year.
The district is legally required to provide the students with an education.
This means the students will be transferred to the district Reengagement Center. This program keeps middle school students on track academically. [...]
Each student will be required to complete 50 hours of community service with senior citizens and will complete a formal program in bullying prevention.
So reform school, suspension and community service. Sounds like a perfect trifecta of punishment for this lot. You can refresh your memory on the original incident here.