Glen Este participates in anti-bullying campaign

March 6th, 2011    Author: Staff Report    Filed Under: Community

Glen Este is supporting a positive twist against bullying.

Throughout the four grade-level assemblies Friday, Feb. 11, students were introduced to a national cyber-viral campaign named “Love is Louder” founded by TV and Film Actress Brittany Snow. The movement supports the idea that Love is Louder than hatred, bullying, violence and fear and that building a strong and engaged positive community can be more powerful than any hurtful words or actions.

Using social media outlets such as Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, the campaign has grown nationally to over 12,000 followers on Twitter and 28,000 Facebook Friends.

Dallas-based musician Cameron Ernst, credited for writing a Love is Louder theme song, donated his day to the 1,360 students of Glen Este to perform a multimedia, interactive, concert-atmosphere event with his personal testimony and music. Providing back-up vocals for Cameron were the Cincinnati Warm 98 Glee Choir Competition Winners, Glen Este’s own West Clermont By Request select vocal ensemble.

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One Response to “Glen Este participates in anti-bullying campaign”

  1. Debbie says:

    I hope that Glen Este High School whole heartedly participates in this great cause, too.

    For many, many years, Glen Este High School, from the 1960s, has bullied and made fun of students for no good reason, teachers included. Believe me, I know.

    I would like to see Glen Este High School and the surrounding area families, parents, adults, and children be a non-bullying area, that doesn’t make fun of people, and that doesn’t outcast people.

    Thank you.


    PS Talk with your children, no matter what their ages, and find out how they are being treated in school and in their neighborhood. Help them, if they are being treated badly by children, parents, or teachers. Talk and make good changes. See that good changes are made.

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