Pink Shirt Day | Feb. 28, 2018
Feb. 22, 2018
Left to right: Trustees Marilyn Dennis, Richard Hehr, Trina Hurdman, Lisa Davis, Julie Hrdlicka and Althea Adams
Absent: Mike Bradshaw
Pink Shirt Day is an opportunity for everyone to wear something pink to symbolize that as a society we will not tolerate bullying. The day was inspired by two Nova Scotia high school students who organized their fellow students to wear pink in support of a Grade 9 boy who was being bullied for wearing a pink shirt. Bullying in any form is unacceptable and everyone has a role to play in promoting healthy relationships and preventing bullying.
On Wednesday, Feb. 28, you can show your support for welcoming, caring, respectful, safe, and inclusive school communities by wearing a pink shirt. You are also encouraged to tweet a photo of yourself using the #pinkshirtday hashtag.
Learn more about Pink Shirt Day and how the CBE works to create safe and caring school environments.
The Alberta Education website also has information posted on Pink Shirt Day 2018, bullying and safe and caring school environments.