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St. Andrew shares anti-bullying message

Pictured with Officer Wilmount are Elliot, Mary, Joseph, Annabelle, Cameron, Jeramy and;band;abed;bands Morgan.

November 19, 2014 - On Tuesday November 18th, Officer H. Wilmount visited St. Andrew School and shared her message that it is okay to be different. We all need to stand up and be a friend. She took time to read Og and the Gruffalo to the primary children and My Secret Bully to the junior children. She also brought the school a beautiful banner with the school Thunderbird logo and the words "Take the Pledge...The Writing is on the Wall...Stand up Be a Friend...You are not Alone."

All the students in the school will have an opportunity to sign the banner and then it will be placed in a strategic spot in the school.



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