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Ridgefield Students Show Support Against Bullying
Wednesday, October 23, 2019

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, a campaign to promote anti-bullying awareness in schools.  Today, students and staff in the Ridgefield School District are showing their support for the cause.

                                                                            Ridgefield High School students pledge their support against bullying.

Orange is the color that signifies support for students who have been bullied.  To commemorate National Bullying Prevention Month, Ridgefield students pledged their support by signing special anti-bullying banners in their school.  The orange wristband each student received in return demonstrates their support against student bullying—a symbol of unity they can wear for the entire month.

This month, in classrooms and planned assemblies in the district, students are learning how kindness, acceptance and inclusion help to prevent and put a stop to bullying behavior.

Students and staff in the district wore orange today, Unity Day, Wednesday, October 23--the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month—to show unity in support of anti-bullying awareness.