Bunker Hill Middle School Students Show Support for France

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – Bunker Hill Middle School paid tribute to Paris in response to the terrorist attacks that took place in the city on Friday, November 13th.
Led by the world languages department, the school dressed in blue, white, and red to show their support for the French city. Students also wore French berets and scarves in addition to a #PeaceForParis stickers, which were created by French Teacher, Kiki Pecheux.
Additionally, the students created a #PeaceForParis mural which they displayed outside of the school’s Instructional Media Center. Students visited the mural throughout the day to add supportive messages, several of which were in foreign languages.
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