Epic Day shows Bayfield students how to care for each other

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Epic Day shows Bayfield students how to care for each other

Program aims to build community, end bullying
Bayfield High School and Middle School students, Malachi Steerman, 14; Ashley Merchant, a volunteer; Michael Gettman, 17; Bryce Vaughn, 17; and Cayenne Carlson, 14, unwind a human knot Thursday at Bayfield Middle School. Tiospaye brought the Epic Day activities to the school to show students how to create a community and prevent bullying. The event was inspired by recent suicides in the area.
Loren Lapow leads Epic Day at Bayfield Middle School on Thursday. The games and exercises were aimed at creating community and preventing bullying.
Bayfield student Carter Baier, 15, talks with fellow students and adults on Thursday at Bayfield Middle School. Some of the activities were done in small groups with adult and high school mentors. In these groups, students shared their stories.
Students at Bayfield Middle School gathered into groups with other students outside their circle of friends and learned about each other. The activities were part of Epic Day, aimed at teaching students how to cope with pain and pressures.

Epic Day shows Bayfield students how to care for each other

Bayfield High School and Middle School students, Malachi Steerman, 14; Ashley Merchant, a volunteer; Michael Gettman, 17; Bryce Vaughn, 17; and Cayenne Carlson, 14, unwind a human knot Thursday at Bayfield Middle School. Tiospaye brought the Epic Day activities to the school to show students how to create a community and prevent bullying. The event was inspired by recent suicides in the area.
Loren Lapow leads Epic Day at Bayfield Middle School on Thursday. The games and exercises were aimed at creating community and preventing bullying.
Bayfield student Carter Baier, 15, talks with fellow students and adults on Thursday at Bayfield Middle School. Some of the activities were done in small groups with adult and high school mentors. In these groups, students shared their stories.
Students at Bayfield Middle School gathered into groups with other students outside their circle of friends and learned about each other. The activities were part of Epic Day, aimed at teaching students how to cope with pain and pressures.
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