East High School is putting on an anti-bullying march Saturday May 11. The march is slated to start at 10AM at the Historic Train Depot.
I am writing with regard to the anti-bullying march scheduled to take place on April 20th at 10 a.m. The march will begin at the Historic Train Depot, proceed north down Capitol Avenue and will end at the Wyoming State Capitol Building. This is the 2nd annual anti-bullying march and this year, East High School is proud to host the march.
The march is sponsored by the Safe School Ambassadors Program, the anti-bullying program which is being utilized by Laramie County School District #1 at the high school level. The purpose of the march is to provide awareness and promote harmony in the community of Cheyenne. This is a district-wide community event and all students from Laramie County School District #1 and community members of Cheyenne are invited to attend. Mayor Kaysen will be signing a proclamation and Dr. Mark Stock and Chief Brian Kozak will be speaking at the event. In addition, students involved with the Safe School Ambassadors Program from South, Triumph, Central and East High School will be speaking at the march.
The Cheyenne All City Children's Choir will perform on the steps of the
Wyoming State Capitol Building and Central High School's drumline will
lead the march. At the end of the event, students and community members
will have an opportunity to "plant" a pinwheel in the lawn of the
Wyoming State Capitol Building. These pinwheels will serve as a powerful
visual representation of the anti-bullying efforts that are being made
by the students of Laramie County #1 to the community of Cheyenne.