PRESS RELEASE – October 1, 2021

October is World Bullying Prevention Month and Fluvanna County High School is asking our students to participate in activities that bring our school community together. The goal of these activities is to encourage students to work together to stop bullying and cyberbullying and put an end to hatred and racism by increasing awareness of the prevalence and impact of all forms of bullying on all children of all ages. For the entire month, the school will participate in several activities to bring our students together.

Monday 10/4- #BlueUp Against Bullying

Flucos come together as we ask everyone to wear a BLUE SHIRT and join us in solidarity to stop bullying and cyberbullying!

Wednesday 10/13

Student Leaders will be creating positive messages on sticky notes and passing them out to our students throughout the day.

Friday 10/22 Stomp Out Bullying

As part of the homecoming festivities planned for Friday, we will be stomping out bullying as we get ready for the game that night.

Wednesday 10/27-Nobody Eats Alone

Don’t let anyone eat alone during lunch. Invite someone you don’t know to join you at your lunch table, start a conversation, and get to know your classmates better!

The more awareness that is created during the month of October — and all year round, Fluvanna is one step closer to putting an end to bullying!

For more information about activities contact Mr. Kyle Gravitt at or 434-589-3666.

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