October was National Anti-Bullying Awareness Month and every year Aaron School 30th Street participates to show that we, as a community, stand united against bullying. We hold several events and discussions throughout the month to continue to educate ourselves about bullying and how we can help to prevent it.
One such event is National Unity Day. This year, Unity Day took place on Tuesday, October 24, 2017. Students and faculty alike wore ORANGE in solidarity to make a statement and show support for bullying prevention. Unity Day is celebrated by schools, communities, and individuals across the country to send the message of kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. We are passionate about our zero-tolerance policy and come together each year to show our support for one another. Students were also given orange ribbons to honor their participation!