E-man from Justice Crew will be at Canowindra High School for the relaunch of the BOB (Back Off Bully) campaign that was initiated at the school in 2011.
Justice Crew say they are “focused on being examples to the younger generation, showing that you can overcome hardship and negativity to realise your goals and potential.”
Justic Crew are a hip-hop dance and pop music group consisting of members Lukas Bellesini, Paul Eric Merciadez, John Len Ruela Pearce, Len John Ruela Pearce, Emmanuel Rodriguez (pictured above), Samson Cosray Smith and Solo Tohi
The relaunch is timed to coincide with Harmony Day, Friday 21st March. Students will attend a presentation commencing at 10 am that will include Year 12 student input, E-man and a presentation by Black Dog (who will address mental health issues).
Other activities will include a ‘Pavement Chalk Drawing Competition’ and free cake and drink at recess. Members of the community experienced in adolescent counselling will be on hand to answer student questions.
Students will be encouraged to participate in the Mufti theme for the day – that is, dress in orange coloured clothing. Parents are also invited to attend.