Briel Harper signs the 'Come Together' banner as her eighth-grade classmates Kaleigh Jondro, center, and Oliva Cotterman await their turn.
Briel Harper signs the 'Come Together' banner as her eighth-grade classmates Kaleigh Jondro, center, and Olivia Cotterman await their turn to sign. All the girls worked together to hand-make the no-bullying T-shirts they wore. Nearly 1,000 students at Monroe Middle School signed pledges, wore orange ribbons and T-shirts, and signed a large orange 'Come Together' banner Oct. 12 as part of Unity Day of National Bullying Prevention Month.
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