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by:Teesso     2019-08-17
Five years ago, two Grade 12 students in Nova Scotia made headlines against bullies.
When a new student was harassed for wearing a pink polo shirt, David Sheppard and Travis Price took action in response to their \"Pink Ocean.
The boys bought 50 pink shirts at the discount store and encouraged students to wear them.
With hundreds of students showing support in pink, the message has sprung up.
The last Wednesday of February is Pink Shirt Day in many places.
It provides an opportunity for people to discuss a sad issue with us.
It sends a strong message that with the emergence of stories about young people, these young people are harassed in many ways, including online harassment --bullying.
Recorded the-bullying T-
Shirt design competition for students in grades 7 to 12.
Our education newspaper staff worked with kidina Rangers hockey club and a youth group called \"Fighting youth violence around the country\" to encourage interest in the initiative.
Nicole Marinelli, sales manager for record label distribution, said the education paper program is dedicated to promoting safer schools.
\"Through our opposition
Bullying program we hope we can provide students with the support they need to learn, grow and achieve and encourage others to learn more about bullying and its impact on students\' learning and health
\"She said. “The anti-bullying T-
The shirt design competition is the first stage of our project.
Now that the shirts are designed, we want everyone to join us in the pink movement and put on our pink shirts, symbolizing that our society will not tolerate bullying.
More than 200 students from 30 schools participated in the competition.
The entries are creative and sad.
This is not an easy decision for a judge.
Samuel pop, 17, Cameron Heights, designed the winning work.
Graphic design is \"just a hobby,\" says Samuel, who likes to play with typography.
He was interested in different fonts and the interaction between letters.
His design was chosen because it was unique and had a catchy slogan: \"stand up so that no one else can be stepped on.
\"It has a direct relationship to what needs to be done to prevent bullying,\" said Scott Hanley, a circulation sales company.
Coordinator in the record.
\"This is the perfect slogan and design for the first Pink Shirt Day launch newspaper for the education program.
Samuel is pleased to contribute to the campaign against bullying.
He likes to use the \"splash effect\" as the main design feature, using the hand as the \"O\" in the stop \".
\"I think everyone is being bullied in some small form.
\"Everyone is being teased or picky to some extent,\" Samuel said . \".
\"It\'s a good feeling to know that I helped a little.
We should try to do more. ”Feb.
The 29 th is Pink Shirt Day.
You can get more information on www. therecord. com.
Click on the community tab.
Five years ago, two Grade 12 students in Nova Scotia made headlines against bullies.
When a new student was harassed for wearing a pink polo shirt, David Sheppard and Travis Price took action in response to their \"Pink Ocean.
The boys bought 50 pink shirts at the discount store and encouraged students to wear them.
With hundreds of students showing support in pink, the message has sprung up.
The last Wednesday of February is Pink Shirt Day in many places.
It provides an opportunity for people to discuss a sad issue with us.
It sends a strong message that with the emergence of stories about young people, these young people are harassed in many ways, including online harassment --bullying.
Recorded the-bullying T-
Shirt design competition for students in grades 7 to 12.
Our education newspaper staff worked with kidina Rangers hockey club and a youth group called \"Fighting youth violence around the country\" to encourage interest in the initiative.
Nicole Marinelli, sales manager for record label distribution, said the education paper program is dedicated to promoting safer schools.
\"Through our opposition
Bullying program we hope we can provide students with the support they need to learn, grow and achieve and encourage others to learn more about bullying and its impact on students\' learning and health
\"She said. “The anti-bullying T-
The shirt design competition is the first stage of our project.
Now that the shirts are designed, we want everyone to join us in the pink movement and put on our pink shirts, symbolizing that our society will not tolerate bullying.
More than 200 students from 30 schools participated in the competition.
The entries are creative and sad.
This is not an easy decision for a judge.
Samuel pop, 17, Cameron Heights, designed the winning work.
Graphic design is \"just a hobby,\" says Samuel, who likes to play with typography.
He was interested in different fonts and the interaction between letters.
His design was chosen because it was unique and had a catchy slogan: \"stand up so that no one else can be stepped on.
\"It has a direct relationship to what needs to be done to prevent bullying,\" said Scott Hanley, a circulation sales company.
Coordinator in the record.
\"This is the perfect slogan and design for the first Pink Shirt Day launch newspaper for the education program.
Samuel is pleased to contribute to the campaign against bullying.
He likes to use the \"splash effect\" as the main design feature, using the hand as the \"O\" in the stop \".
\"I think everyone is being bullied in some small form.
\"Everyone is being teased or picky to some extent,\" Samuel said . \".
\"It\'s a good feeling to know that I helped a little.
We should try to do more. ”Feb.
The 29 th is Pink Shirt Day.
You can get more information on www. therecord. com.
Click on the community tab.
Five years ago, two Grade 12 students in Nova Scotia made headlines against bullies.
When a new student was harassed for wearing a pink polo shirt, David Sheppard and Travis Price took action in response to their \"Pink Ocean.
The boys bought 50 pink shirts at the discount store and encouraged students to wear them.
With hundreds of students showing support in pink, the message has sprung up.
The last Wednesday of February is Pink Shirt Day in many places.
It provides an opportunity for people to discuss a sad issue with us.
It sends a strong message that with the emergence of stories about young people, these young people are harassed in many ways, including online harassment --bullying.
Recorded the-bullying T-
Shirt design competition for students in grades 7 to 12.
Our education newspaper staff worked with kidina Rangers hockey club and a youth group called \"Fighting youth violence around the country\" to encourage interest in the initiative.
Nicole Marinelli, sales manager for record label distribution, said the education paper program is dedicated to promoting safer schools.
\"Through our opposition
Bullying program we hope we can provide students with the support they need to learn, grow and achieve and encourage others to learn more about bullying and its impact on students\' learning and health
\"She said. “The anti-bullying T-
The shirt design competition is the first stage of our project.
Now that the shirts are designed, we want everyone to join us in the pink movement and put on our pink shirts, symbolizing that our society will not tolerate bullying.
More than 200 students from 30 schools participated in the competition.
The entries are creative and sad.
This is not an easy decision for a judge.
Samuel pop, 17, Cameron Heights, designed the winning work.
Graphic design is \"just a hobby,\" says Samuel, who likes to play with typography.
He was interested in different fonts and the interaction between letters.
His design was chosen because it was unique and had a catchy slogan: \"stand up so that no one else can be stepped on.
\"It has a direct relationship to what needs to be done to prevent bullying,\" said Scott Hanley, a circulation sales company.
Coordinator in the record.
\"This is the perfect slogan and design for the first Pink Shirt Day launch newspaper for the education program.
Samuel is pleased to contribute to the campaign against bullying.
He likes to use the \"splash effect\" as the main design feature, using the hand as the \"O\" in the stop \".
\"I think everyone is being bullied in some small form.
\"Everyone is being teased or picky to some extent,\" Samuel said . \".
\"It\'s a good feeling to know that I helped a little.
We should try to do more. ”Feb.
The 29 th is Pink Shirt Day.
You can get more information on www. therecord. com.
Click on the community tab.
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