A pair of World Wrestling Entertainment superstars visited Mary Ford Elementary School on Tuesday to deliver a very important message.
“Don’t be a bully — be a star. Show tolerance and respect” was the theme driven home by WWE performer David Otunga and WWE diva Natalya.
The two, who visited the North Charleston school prior to a WWE show at the North Charleston Coliseum, spoke with students and shared personal experiences,
WWE’s “Be a STAR (Show Tolerance and Respect)” program, which partnered with Communities in Schools for the event, provides students, teachers and parents with various tools and resources to help put an end to bullying. It promotes positive methods of social interaction and encourages people to treat others as equals and with respect.
For more on Tuesday’s program, along with a photo gallery of the day’s events, check out Wednesday’s edition.
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