National Anti-Bullying Week

October 6th-10th is National Anti-Bullying Week and Udall schools will be participating with activities on each day.  Statistics show 71% of students nationwide report being bullied at school.  We hope to raise awareness with our students and encourage them to not participate in bullying or be a bystander to abuse.  On Monday we will have discussions about bullying, and the rest of the week students will be asked to do the following:

Tuesday:  "Sweats Day"  It is no sweat to be a friend to someone.  Wear your favorite school appropriate sweats.
Wednesday:  "Blue Day and Boots Day"  Blue is the color supporting a safe and bully free school and the boots represent stomping out bullying.  Wear blue clothing and boots.
Thursday:  "Team Sports Day" Team up for supporting kindness and respect along with sportsmanship throughout our school. Wear your favorite team logo.
Friday:  "Black and Red Day"  Red means stop abusive behavior and black signifies to black out bullying.  Wear your favorite hat and clothing in these colors.

What's Happening

Grade School Book Fair
Posted on 10/01/2014
5th Grade Travels to Winfield City Lake
Posted on 09/19/2014
District Changes for Breakfast/Lunch Programs
Posted on 08/01/2014
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