CAZENOVIA M.S. – One way is by asking students to participate in an anti-bullying poster contest. Over 50 students in fifth, sixth, and seventh grades submitted their creations! A panel of celebrity judges, including superintendent of schools Mr. Matt Reilly, village mayor Mr. Kurt Wheeler, school board member Mr. Mark Goris, high school art teachers Ms. Julie Freer and Mr. Adam Reynolds, and the incomparable Ms. Lou Turner, deliberated to select the top three posters. After careful consideration, looking at creativity, content, and craftsmanship, judges chose the work of Rachael Caraher (fifth grade) Meghan Mehlbaum (sixth grade) and Emma Puffer (sixth grade). Each of these students won two tickets to see the new movie, “Wonder”, which promotes compassion and kindness! All the students who participated in the contest were given “Wonder” bookmarks, and their posters were put on display around the Middle School building. Congratulations to all our students for sharing their WONDERful ideas supporting kindness!