Roxbury Kennedy School – Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

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ROXBURY, NJ (November 1, 2019) – Students at Kennedy Elementary School in Roxbury Township were decked in pink – pink clothes, pink hair, pink accessories – on October 30th to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Kennedy Principal Nicole Acevedo explained that all month the school had been raising awareness for special causes with October ending in a sea of pink.

Gr K Gardner Gr 1 Nickel
Gr K Gardner Gr 1 Nickel
Gr 3 Olcott Winner
Gr 3 Olcott Winner
Deeb and Gr 3 Olcott
Deeb and Gr 3 Olcott
Gr 3 Olcott Winner(1)
Gr 3 Olcott Winner(1)
Gr 1 Kim and Gr 3 Desiato
Gr 1 Kim and Gr 3 Desiato
Gr K Davis
Gr K Davis
Gr 1 Grant and Gr 2 Allen Pumpkins
Gr 1 Grant and Gr 2 Allen Pumpkins
Mrs Rs class and Gr 2 Byrne
Mrs Rs class and Gr 2 Byrne
Gr 4 Goodyear and Gr K Matz
Gr 4 Goodyear and Gr K Matz
Gr 4 Leister and Gr 2 Szigeti Pumpkins
Gr 4 Leister and Gr 2 Szigeti Pumpkins
Pink Day Picture
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Acevedo shared with the students on Wednesday, “Today is another very special day for Kennedy School. It is a day where again we come together as a school and show support and raise awareness for an important cause. This month this is the fourth time we have done this. We wore yellow to support spina bifida to support our great friend Levi. We then wore blue to support down syndrome, orange to pledge against bullying, and today, pink to raise awareness for breast cancer.”

Adding, “All of these days serve as important reminders that as Kennedy School friends, we all show unity by wearing the same color and showing that we are one school community and family. It also shows that we are when we all stand together as a team in one big group for the same reason we can truly make an impact, bring upon change, and continue to raise awareness and attention for special causes.”

Kennedy School also brought the Halloween festivities into their Breast Cancer Awareness day with their Pink Pumpkin contest that had each class demonstrating their creativeness in choosing characters for their pumpkin. Nicole Olcott’s third grade class won the ultimate bragging rights for the year and gets to display the pink pumpkin contest trophy. While the class has the trophy, it is their job to add something creative to it for the next year’s winner.

PHOTO ATTACHED (courtesy of Kennedy School)

  • Pink Day Picture
  • Gr 1 Andrea Grant and Gr 2 Erin Allen Pumpkins
  • Gr 4 Tina Leister and Gr 2 Liz Szigeti Pumpkins
  • Lorey Deeb and Gr 3 Nicole Olcott
  • Gr 1 Kim and Gr 3 Desiato
  • Gr 3 Nicole Olcott’s Class is the winner
  • Gr 4 Goodyear and Gr K Justine Matz
  • Gr K Brianna Davis
  • Gr K Gardner and Gr 1 Nickel
  • Mrs. R’s class and Gr 2 Kathy Byrne

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