MCPSS High Schools are taking the challenge. With the support of community leaders, the students are signing a pledge to go 100 days without violence in the school.
The students are taking a stand to handle conflict with peace. Recently, School Board Commissioner, Rev. Levon Manzie held a 100 Days of Non Violence Kick Off to inform the public of this program and to stand behind with support and encouragement to students.
The Honorable Mayor of Mobile, Sam Jones, along with Police Chief Michael T. Williams, a Representative on behalf of Prichard Mayor and Sheriff Sam Cochran were all on hand to commit their support to the iniative.
The system held an art contest to create a poster to symbolize the event. Congratulations to Bryant High School Sophomore 201 Class 1st place winners: Whitney Webb, Maleigha Meredith, Erica Travis, Kaitlyn Hale and teacher Ms. Rose
Comments on "MCPSS Kicks Off 100 Days of Non Violence Initiative"
This does not help if it is not enforced upon the school. Students tend to forget these thing and it never applies to their memory. And for me to be a student, alot of students hold grudges and they tend to act on their feelings.