Pink Shirt Day!
(February 2015) For the seventh year in a row, students, staff and school communities of the Algoma District School Board (ADSB) will be wearing pink on Wednesday February 25th to show support for “Pink Shirt Day”, a national anti-bullying campaign.
ADSB Student Senate members have annually taken a lead role in this initiative and are in the midst of setting up activities designed to encourage their schools and school communities to take part. At ADSB schools, the event has evolved into a day of celebration with a concerted focus on recognizing the importance of promoting the acceptance of all.
In addition to wearing pink, students and staff are planning assemblies and rallies and are fundraising through the sale of pink cotton candy.
Pink Shirt Day is a perfect tie in to Algoma District School Board’s mission statement: We build confident learners and caring citizens. Wearing pink is just one way we demonstrate that we are caring citizens. It is a way for our students and staff to show that we respect diversity and contribute to making our schools and communities, safe and caring places.
In your home, at school, in the
office or out in the community,
join the Algoma District School
Board by wearing pink on Pink
Shirt Day. Stand up and say
Bullying Stops Here!
Join us and our many community partners!
There are lots of ways to show your support and commitment to building bully-free schools and communities.
Nothing pink to wear? No problem!
You can always…
Say thank you
Give a compliment
Shake a hand
Be on time
Share a laugh
Share a snack
Lend a hand
Step in (to help)
Take a stand
Take the lead
Take time Persevere
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