I just moved to a new town, it was not far from where I did live, and it's much smaller. In this town there is a ton of great people, but there are a lot of really bad kids to. I mostly see it out of the freshman and sophomore, maybe it is a maturity thing, I don't know. I have a cousin there, he is a freshman, and autistic. His name is Austin. He is a really sweet kid and would not try to hurt a soul. Sometimes Austin doesn't know how to act in social situations, but that does not mean he should be picked on the way he is, I've never in my life seen something so hateful as to what these kids do. It's not just a sometimes thing, it is every single day. The other day was the worst I have experienced so far. A kid went up to Austin at lunch, where he currently is not aloud to sit with anyone (unknown reason) and this kid took the food right off his plate and slapped his hand when my cousin tried to get it back. Next after lunch, as I was walking to my class, Austin came running out of his, he was only in there for two minutes but ran out crying harder then I have ever since, every kid in that class started, making noises at him, started picking on him, he said there was only one girl that said stop, and then his teacher kicked him out of class for yelling at them to stop. I took him to the counslers office and sat there with him as long as he needed me. I am scared for him. I know its not in my place at all to bring this up, but there was a young lady (rest your soul) that took her own life after going to this school, I don't want it to be my cousin next because of bullying. The most frustrating part is this has been going on way before I was here, and there is still yet to be things done. I understand the counsler is doing all she can, but it's like the staff does not care. So i'm taking a stand.