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Palm Beach County
February 27, 2013
The Call for EVERYONE to Wear Pink!
All day long Palm Beach County will be filled with pink shirts to announce that there are ways to cope with bullying. We can learn to fight the urge to bully others, we can cope with the effects of being bullied and most importantly we can stand up for others.
Make sure you wear pink!
Be sure to join in for a SEA of PINK across the county.
Prime Time Palm Beach County in Partnership with the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County will be hosting a networking event for afterschool professionals to celebrate Pink Shirt Day. The Literacy Coalition is proud to sponsor a special guest speaker. Trudy Ludwig will teach afterschool professionals how to use literature to encourage social and emotional learning with their students.
The Literacy Coalition with support from Prime Time who receives significant funding from the Children’s Service Council will be sponsoring a large after school celebration of bystanders making a difference when it comes to bullying. Students (K-5) from sites participating in Turning Bullies into Buddies program will fill the Meyer Amphitheatre fields to dance to this year’s theme song.
. The public is encouraged to bring K-5 children to the burm/hill seating area of the Meyer. This event will take place from 3:45- 4:45 pm. Please call (561) 921-4716 for more information.
Second Annual Pink Shirt Day Celebration Comes to the Meyer Amphitheater
Confessions of a Former Bully
by Trudy Ludwig
It has strategies for
Bystanders to intervene.
by Peggy Moss
It has a unique way of
empowering kids to stand
up for each other.
The Literacy Coalition in partnership with the City of West Palm Beach, the Center for Creative Education, Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation and Prime Time Palm Beach County, who receives significant funding from the Children’s Service Council, will be sponsoring a large after school celebration of bystanders making a difference when it comes to bullying.