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DANCING FOR DONATIONS

Posted: 3/15/2013

To the National Bullying Prevention Center,

This past February, our Student Council hosted our annual SnoBall Dance. It has been a tradition to donate part of the proceeds from the dance admission tickets to a charitable organization. This year's theme was "We R Who We R," a tribute to embracing our differences in an effort to stop bullying and emotional issues associated with it.

I am happy to send along this check to your great organization. Our council hopes that you are able to use the funds to help as many young people as possible deal with the issues associated with bullying.

Thank you for all of the work your organization does on behalf of the youth.

Sincerely,
Bay Port High School

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COLLECTING CHANGE FOR THE CAUSE

Posted: 3/15/2013

Dear National Bullying Prevention Center,

Recently our school participated in "No Name Calling" week and collected change to donate to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. During the week the students brought in change to donate to bullying prevention. Enclosed you will find Pioneer Elementary School's donation.

Our school hopes this will help you in your efforts to prevent bullying.

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CLIMBING THE TALLEST MOUNTAIN

Posted: 1/7/2013

In September of 2012, Nicki Francis will join five other women from New Jersey who will climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Located on the border of Tanzania and Kenya, the mountain is Africa’s highest peak at 19,341 feet above sea level. To heighten the experience, each of the climbers came up with a unique way to bring awareness to the organizations that have helped their families in a personal way.

Nicki chose PACER Center. She is climbing to bring out a voice of courage to help people recognize the many struggles families live with every day. She is also climbing for her son who has sensory processing disorder and her daughter who was recently diagnosed with dyslexia. She wants people to understand that things happen for a reason and these life changes have only given her a stronger perspective on what it means to live and accept the life you have been given. “I climb for the courage to end bullying,” she writes on the team’s website. “Young people need courage every day to be true to who they really areā€¦ I am climbing for the courage to be the voice of the children I work with every day who are truly amazing but have been dealt a very unfair hand in life.”

Together, these six women are setting out on a journey with the hope to gain a voice in order to recognize the many organizations that have done so much and continue to give full support to families in need.

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