Pink is the new black: Students and adults at FSJSS wore pink on February 23 in support of the Pink Shirt Day anti-bullying campaign.

Pink shirt day promotes tolerance at FSJSS

As awareness about the problems of bullying in our schools, homes, workplaces and online grows, so does participation in Pink Shirt Day.

As awareness about the problems of bullying in our schools, homes, workplaces and online grows, so does participation in Pink Shirt Day.

The day aims to raise awareness about bullying and hopes to give people the tools to stand up against bullies when we see it happening around us.

At FSJSS, over 70 students and workers participated in the event, wearing something pink to symbolize “that we as a community will not tolerate bullying anywhere.”

 

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