Liberty Middle School students and staff are recognizing October as Bullying Prevention Month and asking the public in joining them in wearing orange on this year’s Unity Day, Wednesday, Oct. 19.
The action is being taken to promote kindness, inclusion and acceptance throughout the community.
Unity Day is when the community, schools, businesses, and organizations come together and send a message of support, hope, kindness, acceptance, inclusion and unity against bullying by wearing orange.
All staff and students will receive an orange wristbands and come to school wearing orange. There will be several school wide activities taking place that will be on display in the school and posted online.
Make your color orange on Unity Day – and send one large orange message or support, hope and unity to show that we’re united against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Send your pictures with your orange on our district’s Facebook page.
Help our students spread the word! For more information about Unity Day and how local residents and businesses can get involved, contact Liberty Middle School Assistant Principal Richard Schacher at (845) 292-5400 ext. 2306 or firstname.lastname@example.org.