Logan Sykes & Gracey Suggs MCHS
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, a conversation that CMCSS continues all school year. Two Montgomery Central High students, Logan Sykes and Gracey Suggs shared their thoughts on anti-bullying. Their message encourages CMCSS students and staff to be a positive force in the schools. Also, they urged classmates to stand against bullying with student-led initiatives. This year, schools will promote the "Be a Buddy, Not a Bully" initiative.
Bullying can begin anywhere, at home, in a team environment, and, unfortunately, within a school. CMCSS district leaders continue to review and discuss bullying prevention topics within schools. However, the entire community needs to support the anti-bullying effort.
October is the month to express our sincere gratitude to two groups of servant leaders: Principals and the Onsite team.
Both our administrators and healthcare professionals have truly stepped into uncharted territory this year. Yet both have stayed true to their mission of serving our employees with care and respect. Each day brings a new perspective and opportunity to exemplify servant leadership. CMCSS principals and the Onsite medical team have stepped up and been shining examples of courage, determination, and resiliency. Principals, thank you for leading our schools as CMCSS continues to be a leader throughout the state. Onsite team, you care for our wounds, cure our colds, and keep the employees of Montgomery County healthy and happy. Thank you!