Students wear many hats to stop bullying

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Jacob Simcox and Maya Eppenbach guide Bubbles the Dolphin, Cape May City Elementary School’s mascot, around to show off one of the hats designed by students and art teacher Linda Leonard. The hats represent anti-bullying messages as part of the Green Dot Anti-Bullying Program.
Jacob Simcox and Maya Eppenbach guide Bubbles the Dolphin, Cape May City Elementary School’s mascot, around to show off one of the hats designed by students and art teacher Linda Leonard. The hats represent anti-bullying messages as part of the Green Dot Anti-Bullying Program.

Jacob Simcox and Maya Eppenbach guide Bubbles the Dolphin, Cape May City Elementary School’s mascot, around to show off one of the hats designed by students and art teacher Linda Leonard. The hats represent anti-bullying messages as part of the Green Dot Anti-Bullying Program.


Bubbles is escorted around the cafeteria by Emma Ronchetti, Alexis Faison, Piper Hugus, Gabriella Hristov, Mae Johnson, Iris Sanchez, and Sadie Jensen. The message on the hat: Light up the World with Kindness. 
Bubbles is escorted around the cafeteria by Emma Ronchetti, Alexis Faison, Piper Hugus, Gabriella Hristov, Mae Johnson, Iris Sanchez, and Sadie Jensen. The message on the hat: Light up the World with Kindness.

Bubbles is escorted around the cafeteria by Emma Ronchetti, Alexis Faison, Piper Hugus, Gabriella Hristov, Mae Johnson, Iris Sanchez, and Sadie Jensen. The message on the hat: Light up the World with Kindness.


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