On October 25th, District-wide, members of the Corinth CSD community wore orange to show support for students who have been bullied. This was our first year participating in this campaign. The campaign is held annually on October 25th and unites communities nationwide by raising awareness of bullying prevention.
“Uniting together with schools across the country makes this day feel that much more powerful,” said Superintendent of Schools, Mark Stratton. “ For our school in particular, orange not only symbolizes school pride, but can now help symbolize our commitment to standing up against bullying.”
Unity Day has been recognized in the United States since 2011 as PACER’s signature event to honor National Bullying Prevention Month. This year, participants are encouraged to share their message and spread the word online using the “#UnityDay2017” hashtag. To learn more about the campaign and the PACER organization visit http://www.pacer.org/bullying/