Unity Day at Montclair

Unity Day at Montclair
Posted on 10/19/2023
15 students pose in three rows, all wearing orange paper crowns that read "Unity"

As part of #NationalBullyingPreventionMonth, Montclair students celebrated Unity Day on October 18th!

Unity Day is an annual event in the United States dedicated to promoting kindness, inclusion, and the prevention of bullying. It is an initiative promoted by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center, a nonprofit organization focused on raising awareness about bullying and providing resources to combat it.

We wear the color orange on Unity Day as it symbolizes unity, kindness, and inclusion; it also serves as a visible sign of solidarity against bullying.

Montclair students also spent the day emphasizing the importance of treating others with respect, kindness, and empathy. When we stand united against bullying, we create a brighter future for all!