Students Stand Up

Stettler Mayor Dick Richards, surrounded by Stettler students, signs a proclamation last Friday

“Stand Up To Bullying'

Stettler Mayor Dick Richards, surrounded by Stettler students, signs a proclamation last Friday declaring Nov. 12-17 as Bullying Awareness Week in the town. This year’s theme is “Stand Up to Bullying.”

With the mayor are Emily Lapish (in the foreground) of Stettler Elementary School, Pascal Dupont of Christ-King Catholic School, HEaRT youth success coach Erin Barnes (left), HEaRT project co-ordinator Devon McMann, Mary O’Donnell of the William E. Hay Composite High School Be the Change Group and Kalie Tulan of Stettler Middle School.

Next Monday, Alberta bullying prevention advocate Austen Radowits is scheduled to speak at four Stettler schools — William E. Hay, Christ-King, Stettler Elementary and Stettler Middle.

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