GES Anti-Bullying Program

Lauren Vohlken (1st grade teacher), Kate Mifflin, Kelly Rinella (3rd grade teacher), Ella Jurgena, Michael Wilson, Isaac Mendenhall, Shelby Joiner, CJ Jackson, Adyson Bearley, Aubrie Hessenauer, Cameron Voss, Olivia Harlan, and Nic Elam (1st grade teacher) Front row: Lyla Hatton, Audrey Cornelius, Brooke Wayman, Griffin Prater, Jay Neer, and Gracie Goodson.

Last fall, 16 third through fifth graders at Greenville Elementary School were sworn in by Circuit Judge John Knight as the first-ever Character Council at GES.

Since that time, those students have been hard at work on several projects, including an anti-bullying presentation, completely of their own creation.

The Character Council presented that program to their fellow GES students Monday morning.

They shared information on how to know if you’re being a bully, what to do if you are bullied, and encouraged all students to stand together and end bullying.

Click below to hear some excerpts from the presentation:

The GES Character Council is selling T-shirts as a fundraiser for the program. Order forms have been sent home with students.

Students on the Character Council include:

Students on the Character Council include:

3rd Grade
Jay Neer
Audrey Cornelius
Brooke Wayman
Gracie Goodson

4th Grade
Ella Jurgena
Lyla Hatton
Isaac Mendenhall
Griffin Prater

5th Grade
Kate Mifflin
Cameron Voss
Shelby Joiner
Adyson Bearley
CJ Jackson
Olivia Harlan
Aubrie Hessenauer
Michael Wilson

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