Each year, schools across Niagara Catholic mark Bullying and Prevention Week in November. This is the official week that is recognized by the Province and the Ministry of Education.
In the past several years, a grassroots movement to promote anti-bullying awareness has become popular across the country, and February 25 is commonly known as Pink Shirt Day. On this day, people from schools, businesses and governments across the country wear pink shirts as a sign of solidarity with bullying victims.
Several Niagara Catholic schools participated in Pink Shirt Day on February 25, including St. Gabriel Lalemant, St. James and Saint PaulGood News, Media Stream