Headline Archives - October 2016

 
 Headline Archives

October 2016

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 Sumner Middle teams up against bullying
 
Sumner Middle School is teaming up against bullying.
Pictured: Vivian Vernon, Molly Blades and Ava Daniels
 
 
 
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 Don't Feed the Bully
 
 Natalbany Middle School
 
 
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AEMS Drug Free

Students at Amite Elemementary Magnet School were welcomed last week by community members and professionals from surrounding areas.  The wrap up theme for Red Ribbon Week was, "The Future Me is Drug-Free!"  Students were allowed to dress as their favorite professionals that they would like to be in the future.  In attendance were school board members, police officers, nurses, attorneys,  and even Ms. Baton Rouge.

  
 
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Woodland Park says "These Paws Don't Touch Drugs"

628 Wildcats at Woodland Park Magnet School chanted, “These Paws Don’t Touch Drugs” as part of their Red Ribbon Week activities.  Thursday, October 27, 2016 was wear red day to show that healthy, drug free blood runs through the Wildcat’s bodies.   The Wildcats have pledged to remain drug free and healthy!

 
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LES students unite against bullying

Celia Wortham's first graders at Loranger Elementary "Unite Against Bullying."

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Sumner Middle Teachers unite against bullying

Sumner Middle School Teachers Support Unity
UNITY DAY: Together against bullying — united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. 
Wednesday, October 19, 2016

“ORANGE provides a powerful, visually compelling expression of solidarity,” 
“When hundreds of individuals in a school or organization wear orange, the vibrant statement becomes a conversation starter, sending the unified message to kids to know that they are not alone.”

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