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Central High School Junior Fights Bullying on the National Scene

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Central High School junior Sandy Wilson is the Georgia Representative to the Be Strong Stop Bullying global organization. Sandy is an exceptional student, academically and socially. She is a member of the Central High School Drama Team and recently assisted in the direction and production of a Bullying Awareness and Prevention video.

“Something as simple as saying ‘good morning’ can brighten a person’s day and change the world,” said Sandy. She continued, “As the Georgia Representative, it is my mission to complete random acts of kindness each day. I hope to inspire my classmates to do the same.”

“We are very proud of Sandy,” stated Guidance Counselor and Be Strong sponsor Ms. Rhea Zerr-Shepard, “she represents Central High School with poise and class and was a perfect selection to represent the state of Georgia.”

Be Strong is a national organization focused on stopping bullying in our schools and on our campuses. Students like Sandy represent assertiveness, self-advocacy, and cooperativeness within the community, supporting individualism and the greater-good on a daily basis. The mission of Be Strong is to create awareness for students and parents and empower youth. Be Strong has developed a number of resources for dealing with depression, anxiety and other psychological problems stemming from bullying. For more information visit, http://bestrong.global.

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