Bullying

Alaya Reynolds -Mrs. Horne- Nov. 1,2013

I sent this animoto I made attached to an e-mail to all of the Middle schools in the Nash-Rocky Mount system. I also made posters for the students from each school to sign. Below you can see pictures of Principal Marquis Spell from Nash Central Middle and a few of his students signing their poster.

PACER's national Bullying prevention center fundraiser

I ordered the bracelets shown above from 24hourwristbands.com. After getting approval from Mrs. Powers and filling out a fundraiser request form, I began selling these around school and in the community. All proceeds will go to Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center. The receipt and proposal for the bracelets are shown below.

Unity Day 2013!

As an added bonus to my product I was the coordinator for Unity Day at Nash Central. This day took place on Wednesday, October 9th, 2013. I asked all of the students and staff to wear orange on this day; I also incorporated the "post-it positive" day from last year's anti-bullying week. This involved the students writing positive messages on post-it notes and sticking them all around the school. I feel Unity Day was a great success, in fact people from other schools and the community participated in this endeavor.

Summary

For my product I hosted an Anti-bullying campaign in the area with special emphasis on the middle school. For this campaign I made a short animoto on bullying and sent it to all six middle schools in the Nash-Rocky Mount school system. I also made posters and took one to each school for all the students to sign stating that they were against bullying. As another part of my product I organized a fundraiser where I sold orange rubber bracelets with the slogan "Make It Orange Make It End." I sold and am currently still selling bracelets for $1; all proceeds will go to PACER'S National Bullying Prevention Center. In conjunction with my Anti-bullying campaign I coordinated Unity Day at Nash Central High School.

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