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Sea of pink in the halls of St. Benedict today

November 20, 2018 - The halls of St. Benedict Catholic School in Sudbury were a sea of pink today in support of Bullying Prevention week.

The students and staff are choosing to call it Inclusivity week which brings a more positive spin to the subject and looks at bringing people together in efforts to break down barriers.

Each day, quotes about inclusivity are being read on the announcements, with items planned such as a pink day, a parent council meeting themed on mental health and growth mindset as well as a Superhero day complete with a Breakfast of Champions tomorrow that supports a school chosen charity.



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