KSD Promotes Don’t Be A Bully, Be A Bulldog

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In a room full of students and parents, Head Football Coach Josh Gray spoke to his players about the importance of being respectful and displaying a good attitude. He encouraged students to be mindful of what they post on social media, which, at times, has a damaging nature to it.

His message was to go above the negativity and bring encouragement, positivity and care to others. He told the students, “Don’t be a bully, be a Bulldog!”

That message didn’t just resonate with the students in the room but the parents as well. After Gray made this proclamation, KSD parent and teacher, Kate Antos said, “I immediately felt grateful to have heard his message.”

Coach Gray’s inspirational words remind us all of what it means to be a Bulldog. Words often associated with being a Bulldog are family, trust, pride, care and togetherness. While these words are all great examples of what is displayed by Bulldogs, the feeling is so much more.

Promoting a school environment of positivity, encouragement and inclusion is pivotal to the success of our students. We don’t want to just say it; we want to show it. Show us how you represent what it means to be a Bulldog by using #BeABulldog.

You can order your gray or purple Don’t Be A Bully, Be A Bulldog T-shirt for $10 now through Friday, September 8. Orders can be placed here, and payments can be dropped off at the Kearney High School office. T-shirts will be here in time for us to all wear them at Homecoming!

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