Chiefs Promote Anti-Bullying Awareness

Anti-bullying week is this week, and what better way to show support  than to have a car in the middle of the courtyard all week. The car has been on campus since six o’clock on Monday morning.

“This is a great way to remind us that this is no place for hate,” said Dr. Weigel.

The idea was thought of on Friday when SGA teacher Ms. Monahan sent an e-mail to all teachers explaining why SGA is encouraging everyone to wear pink this Friday. Once she sent out the e-mail, Criminal Justice Academy instructor Corporal Martin mentioned the car and he wrote a to his boss to ask permission to borrow the car for the week.

“The car was originally designed for breast cancer awareness but it works wellfor this occasion as well since pink is now used for anti-bullying,” said Corporal Martin.

SGA will be leading activities all week for anti-bullying awareness. During both lunches on Friday, they will all wear signs to support anti-bullying and car will be turned on by a criminal justice student. There will be banners around the car for anti-bullying.

On the Friday, everyone will be wearing pink in support of anti-bullying. The car will also be here on October, of next school year, forbreast cancer awareness month.

Palm Beach County Sheriff's department has displayed a hot pink car in the center of our court yard in honor of Anti-Bullying week.
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s department has displayed a hot pink car in the center of our court yard in honor of Anti-Bullying week.
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