Safe Schools

On March 14th Merchantville students stood together with school pride on the National School Walkout Day. Students decorated the lawn with art work promoting school pride. Students stood together to promote a safe school environment for all. Merchantville Chief School Administrator J. Scott Strong said his district, which is a self-contained pre-K-to-eighth-grade building, divided up the messaging for younger and older kids. Their solution was to create, with student input, a school pride day to reflect on values of safety and kindness. Younger students formed a heart in the gymnasium, while older ones stood outside, linking arms to “stand together for Merchantville.”  http://www.njpen.com/national-school-walkout-lifts-student-voices-calls-for-unity/

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Last modified on 09/23/2018

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