BCS Students Stand By Their Fellow Eagles

BCS Students Stand By Their Fellow Eagles
Posted on 03/14/2018

Many students, both nationally and locally, expressed an interest in participating in a national school walk out day. Bolton Central School student leaders worked closely with BCS administration in order to afford students an opportunity to be a part of this activity in a safe and sincere way. After all, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s mascot is the eagle and in the words Student Council Officers Maddie DeLorenzo and Zoe Gavin, “eagles stick together.”

As part of the day’s activity, it was important to reassure our students that their safety is always at the forefront of our intentions at Bolton Central School. With that in mind, administrators scheduled a visit from our New York State Trooper liaison, Officer Hutter and Bolton Police Department Patrolman Keane to spend time with students during activity period. Law enforcement welcomed the opportunity to educate students with important information on school safety and what to do during emergency situations. Specific scenarios were discussed and students asked questions that indicated they had given these situations some thought. The clearest message was that we all need to do everything we can to keep everyone at Bolton Central School safe and, “if you see something, say something.”

This day allowed students to be a part of a national community and support their peers near and far, as well as each other; all without being disruptive of or having a major impact on instructional time.
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