Unity Day, Wednesday October 20th, is a national anti-bullying event. Schools across the country join
together to promote kindness, inclusion and acceptance of others, regardless of their economic status, cultural heritage or other differences by wearing orange.
During the day, our Middle School Spirit Leaders will be going into the younger grades to teach lessons on friendship, including and empowerment. Please join the celebration and encourage or arrange for your child to wear something orange that day to
show support of a safe and caring school community!! (Wearing orange is a requirement for free dress.)
On Thursday October 21st, we will carry on the unity theme and wear our St Anne school colors of green and blue for another free dress day!
Friday October 22nd we will cap off the week with “Put Excluding to Bed Day (and say goodnight to grudges”! This will be our third free dress day! Wear your PJ’s to school and get ready to focus on friendship, including others and letting go of grudges!