Bullying isn’t just a part of growing up…

Wear pink on April 27 for Anti-Bullying

From https://www.pinkshirtday.ca/support-for-youth


Bullying isn’t just a part of growing up – it’s overwhelming, hurtful, and can make people feel alone. It can affect learning, friendships, and most importantly, physical and emotional health. If you are a victim of bullying, reach out for help. Talk to a parent, teacher, or friend. Do you have a friend who is being bullied? Let them know they’re not alone, and speak out. Most bullying incidents stop within 10 seconds if a bystander intervenes. Need tips? Take a look at the information below, or visit our Additional Resources page for more.


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RT @CelticCamp Had an amazing time with the campers and teachers of St. Mary, Seaforth, Crossland and St. Bernadette. Thanks for a great session! @SMCDSB_BER @CPSCougars @SeaforthPublic @DCVI_Salukis pic.twitter.com/WWc6gfyYwW

About 5 days ago from St. Marys DCVI's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone