Students from J.W. Sexsmith Elementary took over Oakridge Centre with a mass anti-bullying flashmob.
Sexsmith fine arts teacher, Andrew Coelho, coordinated 350 students who took up an entire wing of the mall to dance two numbers in the anti-bullying celebration.
The students wore pink t-shirts with the word "acceptance" written across the front. The performance lasted only minutes, but drew a large crowd of proud parents and curious shoppers.
This is not first time Sexsmith students participated in an anti-bullying flashmob. The school took over the Pacific Coliseum at a Vancouver Giants game in 2013 in a mass performance.
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