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Challenge accepted

Mohonasen event helps break down barriers, increase understanding

Challenge Day Workshops were held for 9-11th graders at Mohonasen High School on Wednesday.The Challenge Day mission vision is that every child lives in a world where they feel safe, loved and celebrated.
The Challenge Day mission is to provide youth and their communities with experiential programs that demonstrate the possibility of love and connection through the celebration of diversity, truth, and full expression.
Here the students were asked to rise from their chairs and go find a fellow student to hug and tell them they love them. Here Olivia Cafarelli stoped at Justin McGuinness's chair to show an act of kindness in love and peace and any apologies for the past.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Challenge Day Workshops were held for 9-11th graders at Mohonasen High School on Wednesday.The Challenge Day mission vision is that every child lives in a world where they feel safe, loved and celebrated. The Challenge Day mission is to provide youth and their communities with experiential programs that demonstrate the possibility of love and connection through the celebration of diversity, truth, and full expression. Here the students were asked to rise from their chairs and go find a fellow student to hug and tell them they love them. Here Olivia Cafarelli stoped at Justin McGuinness's chair to show an act of kindness in love and peace and any apologies for the past.
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Mohonasen middle and high school students recently took the “challenge” to break down barriers and get to know each other better. About 200 students in grades seven through 11 participated in Challenge Day over three days, Tuesday through Thursday. The mission of the curriculum is to celebrate diversity, truth and full expression, according to the website of the Challenge Day nonprofit organization. Mohonasen High School Assistant Principal Makensie Bullinger said she heard about the program ...


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