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Mary Help of Christians School promotes kindness

Parkland school celebrates Catholic values through anti-bullying education

A student shows her take on how kindness spreads after taking part in Mary Help of Christians School's Anti-Bullying Week, Nov. 16-20, 2020.

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A student shows her take on how kindness spreads after taking part in Mary Help of Christians School's Anti-Bullying Week, Nov. 16-20, 2020.

A student, learning online, shows his drawing of Pope Francis' "Five Finger Prayer" during Mary Help of Christians School's participation in Anti-Bullying Week, Nov. 16-20, 2020.

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A student, learning online, shows his drawing of Pope Francis' "Five Finger Prayer" during Mary Help of Christians School's participation in Anti-Bullying Week, Nov. 16-20, 2020.

Lesana Corporan and her Kindergarten class share their drawings of how they can demonstrate kindness during Mary Help of Christians School's participation in Anti-Bullying Week, Nov. 16-20, 2020.

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Lesana Corporan and her Kindergarten class share their drawings of how they can demonstrate kindness during Mary Help of Christians School's participation in Anti-Bullying Week, Nov. 16-20, 2020.

PARKLAND | Mary Help of Christians School participated in Anti-Bullying Week Nov. 16-20. Throughout the week, students engaged in activities that promote friendship skills and kindness.

Students and teachers prayed for others while they learned Pope Francis’ "Five Finger Prayer." Kindergarteners shared their drawings of how they can demonstrate acts of kindness. Students in grades 4-8 participated in a writing contest.

The following students who were recognized for their excellent essays:

  • Grade 4: Landon N., Antonella L.;
  • Grade 5: Parker D., Kaitlyn K.;
  • Grade 6: Emily B., Gabby Lojko;
  • Grade 7: Angeles B., Robert S.;
  • Grade 8: Mary B., Kaitlyn D., Catherine H., Kelsey H.

"At MHOC School, we strive to have a community of students who practice respect, tolerance, and kindness towards their fellow classmates," said Principal Alexandra Fernandez.

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