Erwin was designated a No Place For Hate® School in 2010.
Lucile Erwin Middle School is NO PLACE FOR HATE. We are a registered school with the Anti-Defamation League and your child can become a member of our group to help promote our mission. The Initiative is designed to rally an entire school around the goal of creating a welcoming community committed to stopping all forms of bias and bullying. Our students deserve proven, useful tools to self-advocate, stop bullying/bias and feel safe in their school. Students will receive membership information over the school's morning announcements regarding our first meeting in early September.
ADL:No Place for Hate. Anti-Defamation League, n.d. Web. 6 Oct. 2011. Click Here
Resolution of Respect
Every year we encourage students to learn about NPFH and sign the Resolution of Respect Contact, 8th Grade students then sign a Resolution of Respect Banner that is displayed year round.
"I pledge from this day forward to do my best to combat prejudice and
to stop those who, because of hate or ignorance, would hurt people
or violate their civil rights. I will try at all times to be aware of my
own biases and seek to gain understanding of those I perceive as being
different from myself. I will speak out against all forms of prejudice
and discrimination. I will reach out to support those who are targets
of hate. I will think about specific ways my community members can
promote respect for people and create a prejudice-free zone. I firmly
believe that one person can make a difference and that no person can
be an “innocent” bystander when it comes to opposing hate. I recognize
that respecting individual dignity, achieving equality and promoting
intergroup harmony are the responsibilities of all people. By signing this
pledge, I commit myself to making a Positive Impact! in my community."
Erwin Middle School Students Stomp Out Bullying! To kick off National Bullying Prevention Month, students participated in BLUE SHIRT DAY™ - Students were given an opportunity to make a pledge about how they would help prevent bullying, and were given blue bracelets provided by the District, that read, "Bully Free, It Starts with Me". Student pledges are displayed around the school.