Clarke RD’s 6th ANNUAL SEA OF PINK DAY

Hello From Clarke Road Secondary School!   This week is a very exciting week at Clarke Road and we invite you to join us on TUESDAY April 8th as we hold our 6th ANNUAL SEA OF PINK DAY. We wanted to extend a warm welcome to anyone who would like to stop by to join […]

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REWIND Racism, Bullying, Hate

REWIND Racism, Bullying, Hate

REWIND Racism, Bullying, Hate FAST FORWARD Acceptance, Kindness, LOVE www.harmonyday.ca Celebrating our diverse and harmonious community in the Central Okanagan School District. This video was created by the Harmony Day Committee at SD23 in British Columbia, Canada, to promote mutual respect in a culturally diverse society. WHAT IS HARMONY DAY? Harmony Day recognizes that citizens […]

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Sarah’s Story

When I was 15 someone started a very hurtful rumour about me. This person did not go to the same school as me, but because my town is small the rumour spread very quickly. Within a day everyone at my school was talking about me. No matter how many people I told that it wasn’t […]

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Allura’s Story

Hello my name is Allura Rain Wilson. I am 14 years old,  this is my story about being bullied. When I was in 4 grade I used to get bullied all the time because of my color. Because I was different and my parents were white and I’m brown. I wasn’t adopted. My real dad […]

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It’s Just Me – Jasmine’s Story

I’m the kind of girl nobody really notices. A few years ago, is when it was really bad. My friends started to turn against me. Calling me fat, spreading rumors. I took my anger out on my family when I didn’t meant to. When I was 9, I was 90 pounds. I went out to […]

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16 & Pregnant – Elizabeth’s Story

16 & Pregnant – Elizabeth’s Story

I am a newly-wed wife, photographer & mother-to-be. Yes, I am a teen mom, but I’ve never been happier in my life. The things God has blessed me with have overwhelmed me with abundant joy & I wish to share my adventure (post-bulling) with you.   Follow Elizabeth’s story on her YouTube Channel

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There is Always Hope – Natalie’s Story

When I was in the 6th grade, I started to really be myself. I started to stand out from everyone else. I dyed my hair, wore different clothing, listened to different music, hung out with different people. Everyone just assumed I was some freak. They thought I was a poser. Not to long after I […]

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Wendy Adams, race car driver and anti-bullying advocate

By Julie Maltby   After struggling with depression for 10 years, Wendy Adams’ son, Zackery Foxcroft, committed suicide at the age of 17 in 2011. During his short life, he also endured years of bullying.   Today, Adams is living her life to the fullest, and by keeping her son’s memory alive will continue to […]

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‘See the Ability’ – World Down Syndrome Day

TVDSB grad advocates for self and others “See the ability.” This is the message of World Down Syndrome Day on March 21. Thames Valley District School Board grad and current self-advocate Matthew MacNeil is pictured on a 2013 campaign poster that reads, “It is important to continue to learn.” A Glendale High School grad, MacNeil […]

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15 and Pregnant , My Story.

I live in a small town and go to a small school. I was getting bullied, and decided to make this video to show people the person I am. Please understand were I’m coming from with this. I’m posting this because It may help with other teens going through this situation. -Sierra Watts  

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