Snow Day Free Time Put To Good Use

Impromptu Day Off Devoted to Online Discussion of Cyberbullying

A Snow Day brought about by wacky weather in Simcoe County on Thursday, and it appears some educators put that free time to good use.

The Snow Day came during No Name Calling Week, a social media campaign to promote the end of cyberbullying. Some teachers and other educators used the day to open the digital floor to discuss the issue.

Barrie Police were on social media yesterday too, reminding everyone there is an online resource available, through which students can anonymously report a bully.

Police remind you that there are school Liaison Officers that students can go to directly, should they prefer a live human being to talk to.

Elementary Schools Liaison Officers

Cst Jackie Parkin #6761Codrington PS
Cundles Heights PS
Johnson Street
Monsignor Claire
Oakley Park
Sister Catherine Donnelly
St Monica’s
Steel Street
Terry Fox
Frere Andre
Cst Kelvin He #7432Allandale
Andrew Hunter
Emma King
Good Sheppard Catholic
St Mary’s Catholic
St Marguerite D’Youville
West Bayfield
Cst Renee Trollope #7265Algonquin Ridge
Gabriel the Archangel
Hewitts Creek
Hyde Park
Mapleview Heights
Pope John Paul
St Michael the Archangel
Timothy Christian
Willow Landing
Ecole La Source
Cst Phil Graham #6749Ardagh Bluffs 
Ferndale Woods 
Holly Meadows 
St Bernadette Catholic 
St Catherine of Sienna 
St John Vianney 
St Nicholas 
Trillium Woods 
WC Little 

Secondary Schools Liaison Officers

Cst Lori Mcilravey #6921North Collegiate Secondary School
St Joseph’s Catholic School
Cst Kevin Barkley #6057Bear Creek Secondary School
St Joan of Arc Catholic School
Cst Kris Nicholson #7817Innisdale Secondary School
St Peter’s Catholic School
Cst Matt Marshall #3623Eastview Secondary School
Simcoe Alternative Secondary School
Right Turn
Ecole Secondaire Romeo Dallaire
Ecole Nouvelle Alliance