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Fairgrieve Hosts Anti-Bullying Presentations

Students at Fairgrieve Elementary School capped off the first month of school with a week-long anti-bullying campaign. Grade level assemblies gave students an opportunity to talk about positive behavior, the importance of treating others with respect as well as how to identify and handle situations that involve a bully. Pictured above is kindergarten student Cayley Cunningham with Ariana Suhr, Fairgrieve Elementary School’s Home-School Liaison. Ms. Suhr read the book ‘Henry and The Bully’ by Nancy Carlson to the kindergarten classes and then the group discussed ways to be a good friend and what it means to make good choices. Each assembly was slightly different and age-level appropriate with a special component about cyberbullying presented to the fifth and sixth grade classes.
Students at Fairgrieve Elementary School capped off the first month of school with a week-long anti-bullying campaign. Grade level assemblies gave students an opportunity to talk about positive behavior, the importance of treating others with respect as well as how to identify and handle situations that involve a bully. Pictured above is kindergarten student Cayley Cunningham with Ariana Suhr, Fairgrieve Elementary School’s Home-School Liaison. Ms. Suhr read the book ‘Henry and The Bully’ by Nancy Carlson to the kindergarten classes and then the group discussed ways to be a good friend and what it means to make good choices. Each assembly was slightly different and age-level appropriate with a special component about cyberbullying presented to the fifth and sixth grade classes.