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Making a Difference at St. James School

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November 20, 2014 - Thank you to Sergeant Hotson from the Greater Sudbury Police Service who came to St. James School to remind us that our actions can make a difference. The book that Sgt. Hotson read to students during National Anti-Bullying Week addressed the theme of bullying and strategies that all of us can use. Stand Up to Bullies, Be a Friend, and You are not Alone were reinforced to students as part of the discussion regarding the book and making connections to our own lives.

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