Anti Bullying Campaign By MSA Student Council

October 7, 2019 | 1 Comment

On Monday, October 7th, the Mount Saint Agnes Middle School Student Council presented a STOMP Out Bullying initiative, aimed at encouraging students to be encouraging and respectful.

“Everyone in Middle School was encouraged to wear blue,” a spokesperson explained. “The student council were asking their fellow students to make and extra effort to make new friends, have lunch with someone new and to be inclusive with other students.

“They should be encouraging and respectful of each other not for just today but for every day. They created a 30-second video which was shown during Homeroom on ‘How to Stop Bullying’.”

Middle School Student Council members: Jack Adderley [missing from photo], Arianna Baptista, Arabella Connell, Chrishanté Dill, Laurie Malo, Nia-Rene Outerbridge, Reece Percy, Paige Roberts, Sa-Vannah Robinson-Brown, Kaitlyn Swainson. Advisors: Lisa Stevens and Laurel Burgess

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  1. wa says:

    This should be directed at your government.

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