Anti-bullying flash mob by Delta schools’ students a runaway success

ON February 27, 2018, more than 1,000 students from six schools in Delta – Chalmers Elementary, Annieville Elementary, Jarvis Traditional Elementary, McCloskey Elementary, Gibson Elementary and Richardson Elementary – participated in a flash mob style dance on Tuesday on the field at the North Delta Secondary School to stand up against bullying and spread awareness about it – with the help of the B.C. Lions’ running back Tyler Davis and team mascot Leo the Lion.

For the fourth year in a row, community member Sean Bindra organized the event that was choreographed by the Shiamak Vancouver Dance Team’s Rohan D’Silva.

A second anti-bullying flash mob will be held on March 6 in partnership with the Surrey School District. The participating schools will be Tamanawis Secondary and Beaver Creek Elementary. This will be taking place on the field at Beaver Creek Elementary.

 

Photos by Aziz Dhamani

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  1. This make me sad…ANTI BULLYING..Tamanawis Secondary School participated in this kind of awareness????well …Tamanawis Secondary school has too many bullies in that school and it sad bec.brown people are the ones bully same color and it has to stopped..

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