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Kenilworth Students Post It Forward with Week of Respect

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The students wrote uplifting messages on post-it notes for their classmates to read in their next class. Credits: Thomas Tramaglini
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The students wrote uplifting messages on post-it notes for their classmates to read in their next class. Credits: Thomas Tramaglini
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KENILWORTH, NJ – David Brearley students paid it forward during last week’s Week of Respect.

To participate in the Week of Respect, Brearley students participated in several activities aimed to reduce bullying and promote kindness and respect, according to Superintendent Dr. Thomas Tramaglini.

The culmination of the week was “Post It Forward,” an acitivty in which students wrote kind messages to students in their next class.

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“By the end of the day students had several uplifting messages from their fellow classmates to view,” Tramaglini wrote in his weekly roundup.

The Week of Respect is a nation-wide opportunity for schools to build upon their current work against violence and harassment, intimidation and bullying by delivering age-appropriate instruction on those topics. Schools are required to observe the weeks by providing anti-bullying guidance.

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