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On Wednesday, Unity Day, Sammy gathered a few friends to make “No Bully” type posters.  I explained to them about “Bully Prevention Month”  and the kids tied orange yarn around their wrists, which is the official awareness color.

The next day, the posters were hung around their school along with other posters that were made by students from St. Agnes.  William, shown to the far left was one of the younger kids helping out and he was still wearing his yarn bracelet…and he told me, “I’m never taking it off!” I asked it what it meant, and he continued, “It means, say no to Bullies!”

If you would like a copy of our newsletter that has more information for kids, please do under “The Morsel” heading to download a copy or you can email us and we can send you a copy!  Email: SammyCakesFun@yahoo.com

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UNITY DAY:

Make it orange and make it end!

Unite Against Bullying!

We will be gathering friends today and making posters to help in raising awareness for “National Bullying Prevention Month.”

Its our small way to assist in an important message!! Ask your school or organization to join in too…to learn more go to: www.pacer.org/bullying

Click Link below to Download a Free Banner/Bookmark to display!!

Thumbs Down 2 Bullying ©SammyCakesFun!

 

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In honor of “National Bullying Prevention Month” and in a small effort to help raise more awareness we have started our own mini-campaign and hoping others will join us in saying, “Thumbs Down to Bullying!”

This month we will be posting and distributing a special newsletter with basic, but important information for kids and students to remind them to be kind to others.  We want kids to know that being hurtful to others is not OK.  Being kind to others does not mean being friends or buddies with everyone.  We just want students to treat each other with equal respect and be mindful of their actions and words so others around them do not feel picked on, different or even lonely…….and worst of all “bullied.”

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