Anti-bullying campaign: Students empower others to take a stand

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Students brought their own flavor of awareness to the serious issue of bullying thanks to the district’s annual anti-bullying campaign. Sponsored by the Dallas ISD Counseling Services, students participated in a poster and video contest to empower students to encourage others to take a stand to end bullying.

Students across the district expressed their most creative ideas about the devastating effects of bullying in four categories. Poster winners:

Ava Whatley's artwork.

Ava Whatley’s artwork.

K-2 | 1st place, Ava Whatley, Rosemont Primary School

2nd place, Naima Emmitt, Rosemont Primary School

3rd place, Jesenia Vasquez, Rosemont Primary School and Omar Pena, San Jacinto Elementary School

Honorable Mention, Solomon Torres Galavis, Rosemont Primary School

 

3rd-5th | 1st place, Anthony Lara, Reinhardt Elementary School

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Anthony Lara’s artwork.

2nd place, Rebecca Ybarra, Sidney Lanier Expressive Arts Vanguard

3rd place, Monica Vasquez, Charles Gil Elementary School

Rojas Arizbeth's artwork.

Arizbeth Rojas’ artwork.

Middle School | 1st place, Arizbeth Rojas, Francisco “Pancho” Medrano Middle School

2nd place, Isaiah Herrera, Stockard Middle School

9th-12th | 1st place, Juan Paniagua, H. Grady Spruce High School

2nd place, Jose Hernandez, W.H. Adamson High School

3rd place, Luzlil Villalobos, Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School

Video contest winners:

1st place, Wilmer Hutchins Elementary School

2nd place, O.W. Holmes Middle School

3rd place, Jerry Junkins Elementary School

4th place, Maple Lawn Elementary School

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