Community invited to anti-bullying carnival on Saturday, Nov. 4

anti-bullying carnival

Bop the Bully, Catch the Bully and the Let’s Whip Bullying pie-throwing contest — these are the names of some of the games you can play at the Broadalbin-Perth Middle School’s inaugural Anti-Bullying Carnival. All community members are encouraged to join us for this event on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the middle school bus loop. Admission is free.

The carnival will feature entertainment, a food vendor, and, of course, the games, which were created by middle school students.

“This is a community event where students can gather to address an important social issue and have fun while doing so,” Middle School Principal Wayne Bell said.

The carnival will mark the culmination of the middle school’s month-long anti-bullying initiative, as October is National Bullying Prevention Month.

The event is made possible thanks to the support of the National Junior Honor Society, the MS Student Council, the MS Shared Decision Making Team, the PBIS Student Leader Program and the IS Student Council.