Due to continued spread of coronavirus in our community and public health recommendations for physical distancing, District-wide In-Person Registration Days will not be held this summer and all registration will be conducted online through our Parent Portal. Times for registration assistance on both days will be: am — pm and pm — pm. Any student who missed returning any textbooks from last school year, may also bring them in at any time Monday — Thursday to our main office. For the upcoming school year, Aiken County Public Schools will provide the opportunity for rolling online registration beginning Friday, May 1, , and continuing through the summer.
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Click here to continue. Donna Driscoll, adviser to the Gay Straight Alliance and the Civil Rights Team at MVHS, said the anti-bullying initiative provides a fun and engaging project that also teaches students it's okay to be different. The Million Misfit Sock March is part of the Misfit Sock Project, which uses the power of a misfit sock to teach hope, inspiration, respect and gratitude through the children's storybook and Christmas tradition, "The Misfit Sock," as well as other youth empowerment, anti-bullying initiatives, according to misfituniversity. Driscoll said a preliminary count of staff members and students sporting their misfit socks tallied more than participants. Amber LaRochelle, a senior at MVHS, said she took the challenge of wearing mismatched socks one step further by also wearing an outfit that would draw attention to her socks. While those who chose to wear mismatched socks at times would elicit strange looks from students who weren't participating, overall, LaRochelle said the anti-bullying initiative was an amazing experience. Sophomore Brooke Whitcomb said asking students and staff to wear mismatched socks for the day provided an easy and fun way for students and staff to participate in the anti-bullying initiative.
What is a GSA club?
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A student-led club, it seeks to create a safe environment for all YHS students by advocating for tolerance, respect and equality of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their straight allies. Through education and advocacy, the GSA works to curb bullying against LGBT students, expand understanding between all students, and end discrimination. When victimization through bullying, verbal abuse, and physical violence is prevalent in a school, the entire school community experiences the consequences.