A New Hampshire school district has banned dodgeball and other "human target" activities over concerns about violence and bullying.
The school board in Windham voted 4-1 last week to remove the game and nine others from the district's curriculum.
The Eagle-Tribune reports the board voted after a committee of physical education teachers studied the issue. A middle school parent complained his child was bullied during a dodgeball game.
The committee recommended eliminating the game, and others, including prison ball, slaughter, and bombardment.