BMS recognized again by Sandy Hook Promise

By Savanna Gregg
Burnet Bulletin

Once again, Burnet Middle School has been recognized by the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation for its work to prevent school violence and bullying.

This month, Burnet Middle School was named the “Say Something Week Community Reach and Sustainability Winner” by the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation. The school was given this award in recognition of all the work students and educators did in spreading awareness of recognizing signs of depression and self-harming throughout 2017.

In February 2017, the Burnet Middle School Interact Group became involved with the Start With Hello program, implemented by the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation. The foundation was established in 2015 by family members of victims of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in December 2012.

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