February 23, 2018

RES conducts anti-bullying campaign

Lisa Cabbage
Grainger Today Correspondent

RUTLEDGE – Staff at Rutledge Elementary School educated students about bullying, beginning November 8. The musical group “Muno Bars” sang the friendship song. The group consisted of Beth Acuff, Tina Morrow and Angie Warren. Hannah Bean performed the song “The Climb,” Nov. 9. The last day of the campaign the school was entertained by rap group J-Tan, who performed an anti-bullying rap version of Tricky.

The group consisted of Josh Satterfield, Tina Morrow, Angie Warren and Nancy Morgan, accompanied by cafeteria staff of Sheila Morgan, Beverly Morgan and Joyce Yates. Cheerleaders led in an anti-bullying spirit competition cheer Nov. 13.

During the week, posters were hung throughout the school as reminders of no bullying, and the students were asked to sign a poster pledging to commit no bullying.

Officer Jessie Jarnigan, in association with DARE, performed a demonstration with fourth and sixth-graders about the importance of not bullying. Grainger High School’s woodworking class made and donated a wooden box to be located in the cafeteria so that if a child has an issue, they can put an anonymous statement in the locked box for assistance.

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RES conducts anti-bullying campaign

Lisa Cabbage
Grainger Today Correspondent

RUTLEDGE – Staff at Rutledge Elementary School educated students about bullying, beginning November 8. The musical group “Muno Bars” sang the friendship song. The group consisted of Beth Acuff, Tina Morrow and Angie Warren. Hannah Bean performed the song “The Climb,” Nov. 9. The last day of the campaign the school was entertained by rap group J-Tan, who performed an anti-bullying rap version of Tricky.

The group consisted of Josh Satterfield, Tina Morrow, Angie Warren and Nancy Morgan, accompanied by cafeteria staff of Sheila Morgan, Beverly Morgan and Joyce Yates. Cheerleaders led in an anti-bullying spirit competition cheer Nov. 13.

During the week, posters were hung throughout the school as reminders of no bullying, and the students were asked to sign a poster pledging to commit no bullying.

Officer Jessie Jarnigan, in association with DARE, performed a demonstration with fourth and sixth-graders about the importance of not bullying. Grainger High School’s woodworking class made and donated a wooden box to be located in the cafeteria so that if a child has an issue, they can put an anonymous statement in the locked box for assistance.