October is Bullying Prevention Month
The Town of Moraga issued an official proclamation at the last Town Council Meeting.
...RESOLVED that I, Roger Wykle, Mayor of the Town of Moraga, along with my fellow Councilmembers, do hereby proclaim October 2015 as National Bullying Prevention Month; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Moraga schools, parents, parks and recreation programs, religious institutions, and community organizations be encouraged to engage in a variety of awareness and prevention activities designed to make our community safer for all children and adolescents.
The Moraga School District and the Acalanes Unified High School District will be voting on similar resolutions this month.
Moraga iKind Pledge
At the Moraga Pear and Wine Festival thirteen sixth and seventh grade volunteers from Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School collected 285 iKind pledges.
Thank You to everyone who stopped to sign the pledge and spin our prize wheel.
285 is a great start, if you know of any organizations that would like to participate let us know. We have a pledge version for organizations and individuals.
Remember This From Last Year?
nother Video You Can Share with Your Kids:
Welcoming Schools and Communities Summit:
November 7, 2015
Our youth are being bullied, teased, and rejected because of their gender and sexual orientation. Let's come together to create change!
The Summit is a space for:
* youth to voice their needs;
* participants to learn how to build more welcoming spaces;
*you to participate in dialogue about what we can all do to create supportive families, safe schools, & accepting faith groups & communities!
This summit includes youth age 11 and up, service providers, community members, faith leaders, policy makers, school administrators, teachers and families/caregivers of LGBTQ youth.
Olympic High School
2730 Salvio St
Concord, CA 94519
For more information, contact Tawny Porter
(925) 692-0090; www.rainbowcc.org
Presented by: The Inclusive Schools Coalition of Central and East Contra Costa County, a Project of the Rainbow Community Center.
The Summit is
free of charge;
donations will be requested at the door to help pay for lunch.
For more information about the Moraga iKind Project
Please e-mail me at:
Moraga iKind Website
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