Rangely students send message to bullies

Amanda Eahehart.
Amanda Eahehart.

Students at Rangely Junior/Senior High School participated in the International Stand Up to Bullying Day last week, wearing pink shirts that read “Stood Up.” Students pledge to send a loud, non-confrontational message of resistance to bullies, identify themselves to victims as a source of support willing to help, draw attention to the effects of bullying and stimulate passive bystanders into action. Students are pictured around the school’s logo. Mrs. Blackburn’s class (top left) also participated: (left to right) Kristen Coleman, Alycia Dominguez, Kiki Ruiz, Jese Odom, Ketsen Rouse, Daniel Connnor.

Amanda EahehartStudents at Rangely Junior/Senior High School participated in the International Stand Up to Bullying Day last week, wearing pink shirts that read “Stood Up.” Students pledge to send a loud, non-confrontational message of resistance to bullies, identify themselves to victims as a source of support willing to help, draw attention to the effects of bullying and stimulate passive bystanders into action. Students are pictured around the school’s logo. Mrs. Blackburn’s class (top left) also participated: (left to right) Kristen Coleman, Alycia Dominguez, Kiki Ruiz, Jese Odom, Ketsen Rouse, Daniel Connnor.