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Bucks schools recognized for efforts to fight hate, bullying


Schools across the region came together to be recognized for their work in the Anti-Defamation League’s No Place for Hate program during the 2018-2019 school year.

Nearly 400 attendees from over 30 schools in eastern Pennsylvania, southern new Jersey and Delaware attended the third annual No Place for Hate Designation Celebration at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The schools were honored for their commitment to making their learning communities more respectful and inclusive.

Schools earning their No Place for Hate Designation this year include: Council Rock High School North, Lenape High School, Lenape Middle School, Palisades High School and Palisades Middle School.

To earn the No Place for Hate designation, each school planned and executed at least three anti-bias or anti-bullying projects during the school year. Every project was required to have a demonstrable impact on the entire school community, and to address at least one No Place for Hate theme: celebrating diversity, promoting respect for differences, or challenging bias or bullying.