No Place For Hate at Ss. Robert & William Catholic School
Ss. Robert and William Catholic School earned the honor of becoming a nationally recognized No Place for Hate School, sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League. The student committee, moderated by Mrs. Patrice Garuckas, consisted of eighth graders Tiana Cole, Arianna Wallace, Ariel Winfrey, Charlie Stachnik, Christina Parker, Ella Lisac, Gianna DiPasquale, Nicole Yearsin, Jocelyn Miller, Kaylan Taylor, Lindsay Blackwood, McKaylah Szalay, MyKala Smith, Nevaeh Jernigan and Tyree Sims, along with seventh graders Hannah Evec and Josie DiDona. These energetic and enthusiastic students planned assemblies and taught lessons which modeled ways to combat bullying and diffuse aggressive situations. Their fun and educational activities were thoroughly enjoyed by students who benefited from their important messages.
No Place for Hate schools receive their designation by: Building inclusive and safe communities in which respect is the goal. Empowering students, faculty, administration and family members to take a stand against hate and bullying by incorporating new and existing programs under one powerful message. Engaging schools and communities in at least three anti-bias activities per year, which ADL helps to develop. Sending a clear, unified message that all students have a place to belong.
SRW School received its banner on April 19th at the St. Ignatius Center for the Performing Arts along with 14 other schools from Ohio and Pennsylvania. We are proud of these hardworking students and congratulate them on this achievement for Ss. Robert and William School school.
Director of Development & Discipleship, Ss. Robert & William Parish; President of the Euclid Hunger Center