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Black Out Bullying at Farmer
Farmer Elementary School
Students Dressed for "Black Out Bullying"
Students Dressed for "Black Out Bullying"
Posted On: Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Faculty and students wore black on October 31st to "Black Out Bullying."  School counselor, Mrs. Martin, has organized and is implementing activities for Bullying Prevention Month.

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