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ECMS stands against bullying

ECMS Peer Helpers stood against bullying on Unity Day

Special to Atmore News

On Wednesday, October 23, students and staff at ECMS wore orange to send a unified message that students care about each other, and that bullying will not be accepted in the school or community.
Everyone was encouraged to wear orange Wednesday to send a message of hope and support. Orange is the color of bullying prevention.
Shown are Peer Helpers standing against bullying, from left, front,
Davin McGhee, Ashley Parra, Michael French, ECMS counselor Cordia Lee; middle, Zion Salter, Enaf Almatari, Destiny Lynn, Elizabeth Mitchell, Tenya Brown, Jessica Cuenca, Kajayla Henderson; back, Shaontia Martin, Jaylin Brown, Sasha Kidd, Nyasia Reynolds, Areana Young, Trinity Riley, Stephen Williams (back), Ava Penner, Lewis Garcia, Shania Lee, Tiarra Lee.