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St. Charles Catholic Elementary School Students Take Part in Anti-Bullying Activities

The grade 8 students at St. Charles Catholic Elementary School painted t-shirts with positive anti-bullying messages promoting justice and respect.

November 19, 2010 - The week of November 15-19 marked Bullying Awareness Prevention Week. Students at St. Charles Elementary in Chelmsford recognized this important week by participating in a variety of activities including creating skits, songs and posters, all focusing on bullying awareness and prevention. Students in Ms. Harasymowicz's grade 8 class chose to recognize this important issue by creating and wearing t-shirts displaying a wide variety of anti bullying messages and slogans. This also tied in perfectly with the theme of Justice, which was the virtue of the month for November.



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