Today's the day to wear white—are you?
We are very impressed with the students at Watchung Hills Regional who organized this week's anti-bullying campaign, which culminates with today's effort to get as many as possible to wear white. The students have earned the support of not only all school officials in the four towns with students at Watchung Hills, but also all four municipalities. And, let's be honest: all of the towns are wearing white today...thanks to a storm that somehow didn't make it from Washington, D.C., to New Jersey in 24 hours. Coincidence? Perhaps. But did you remember to wear something white today to signify your support and particiption in the "Not in Our Town" project? Take our poll and tell us — and send a photo to help us create a montage of all the …
Letter to the editor
Tuesday, January 29
Watchung Hills Regional High School is asking all members of our greater community to wear white on Friday, March 8, in solidarity against bullying and intolerance. This day will be a culmination of the on-going initiatives at the high school to end bullying. In March, the school will devote a week to anti-bullying initiatives. During the 1st week of March, the school will host student assemblies on diversity and bullying issues. We will launch our “White Out Against Bullying” day on Friday March 8th. We would like to invite our elementary and middle schools, local businesses, and community members to join the mission and participate in the day. We would like you to participate, too! Here’s how you can make a difference. Our goal is to …