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On January 15, Churchill Secondary students got a visit from a handful of BC Lions players. As part of the "Be More Than A Bystander" program, the Lions players emphasized the role everyone can play in promoting healthy relationships and creating more respectful, peaceful schools and communities.

The 45-minute assembly presentation in Churchill's auditorium utilized video clips, multi-media and role playing to highlight the problem of gender violence and introduce the bystander approach to students. The assembly was followed by a 45-minute break-out session with a small group of student leaders. During the session, students examined how they can play a role in promoting healthy relationships and creating respectful school environments.

BC Lions Head to Churchill to Promote Healthy Relationships in School Community

On January 15, Churchill Secondary students got a visit from a handful of BC Lions players. As part of the "Be More Than A Bystander" program, the Lions players emphasized the role everyone can play in promoting healthy relationships and creating more respectful, peaceful schools and communities.

The 45-minute assembly presentation in Churchill's auditorium utilized video clips, multi-media and role playing to highlight the problem of gender violence and introduce the bystander approach to students. The assembly was followed by a 45-minute break-out session with a small group of student leaders. During the session, students examined how they can play a role in promoting healthy relationships and creating respectful school environments.

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