A University of Southern Mississippi student who joined theMS rally for ending corporal punishment in its schools made this statement when interviewed by WPAT, Jackson's channel 16 news: "Don't insult me after years of learning positive classroom strategies by sticking a paddle in my hand in your schools!" (Full statement to be aired.) More than 25 supporters rallied including USM and rural area Anguillar residents, parents, students and concerned residentswhere South Delta Students are struck on their buttocks forcefully, regularly and often without being told why. The Hitting Stops Here! met with the Delta School District Superintendent letting her know that we know what is going on and have access to attorney's who care and are willing to serve pro bono. We also requested a copy of their insurance. The superintendent resigned the next day and one of the teachers frequently charged with school beatings, was fired the next day for abuse targeted at a 5th grade schoolgirl. Abuse is out of controlhere and most parents have incomes that are atpoverty level. Also, find out about the Texas State Capitol Campaign-Rally planned for May 18-30 for having a ban on Texas school corporal punishment to protect ALL Texas schoolchildren. Learn why school policy lawmakers are against having a bill for protecting schoolchildren become law.