Anti-Bullying Essay winners


Eighth grader Anne Throckmorton and freshman Jaiden Hughes are the winners of the Anti-Bullying Essay contest as part of activities that Hillsboro High School/Middle School participated in for the month of October. Students chose between two essay topics – How they will stand up, stand strong, and speak out to stop bullying; or Why is it important to stand up, stand strong, and speak out against bullying.

Eighth grader Anne Throckmorton and freshman Jaiden Hughes are the winners of the Anti-Bullying Essay contest as part of activities that Hillsboro High School/Middle School participated in for the month of October. Students chose between two essay topics – How they will stand up, stand strong, and speak out to stop bullying; or Why is it important to stand up, stand strong, and speak out against bullying.


Eighth grader Anne Throckmorton and freshman Jaiden Hughes are the winners of the Anti-Bullying Essay contest as part of activities that Hillsboro High School/Middle School participated in for the month of October. Students chose between two essay topics – How they will stand up, stand strong, and speak out to stop bullying; or Why is it important to stand up, stand strong, and speak out against bullying.

Eighth grader Anne Throckmorton and freshman Jaiden Hughes are the winners of the Anti-Bullying Essay contest as part of activities that Hillsboro High School/Middle School participated in for the month of October. Students chose between two essay topics – How they will stand up, stand strong, and speak out to stop bullying; or Why is it important to stand up, stand strong, and speak out against bullying.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2016/11/web1_Bullying-pic.jpgEighth grader Anne Throckmorton and freshman Jaiden Hughes are the winners of the Anti-Bullying Essay contest as part of activities that Hillsboro High School/Middle School participated in for the month of October. Students chose between two essay topics – How they will stand up, stand strong, and speak out to stop bullying; or Why is it important to stand up, stand strong, and speak out against bullying.