SEA OF PINK AT ST. MARY
The halls at St. Mary Community School were filled with a sea of pink April 4. Thanks to the leadership shown by Project MAD (Make a Difference), the students and staff at St. Mary Community School were decked out in pink to show their support of the anti -bullying message. Project MAD, made up of a group of Grade 6 and 7 students made presentations to all the classes in the school, prepared posters and even made pink tie-died shirts for staff and students to wear on this day. Laura, from the Red Cross, came to the school’s morning assembly to speak to the students about the meaning of Pink Shirt Day, and how important it is that each and every one of us takes a stand against bullying, because if we stand together, we can make a difference.
Photo: Submitted by St. Mary Community School Staff
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