The Pink Shirt Movement, which stands up to bullying, started seven years in Nova Scotia. A high school student was bullied for wearing a pink polo shirt to school. Hundreds of students showed up to school the following day wearing pink shirts in support of the student.
As a result of this supportive movement which has spread across the country, the last Wednesday of February has been deemed Pink Shirt Day, where people are encouraged to wear a pink shirt as a show of solidarity against bullying. Stuart Wood participates in this event every year. We hope to see students, staff and even parents join us for this fun and meaningful day!