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Buchanan High School names 'Nicest School in America"

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Buchanan School has launched their second annual Mean Stinks Week this February, inspiring students preschool to 12th grade to "Gang Up For Good" and make their school a bully free zone. According to Secret and the Mean Stinks campaign, “(Buchanan) has gone above and beyond to embrace the message and mission of Mean Stinks, not just this week but every week, making their school a place where students want to be. “ Students have participated in a variety of activities, including posters, pep-rallys, t-shirt design, and other events aimed at bullying awareness.

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Buchanan was honored with the title of the "Nicest School in America" and presented with an award Friday, February 14, 2014 for their efforts to eliminate bullying from their schools and
encourage students to gang up for good. The award was presented at the varsity boys basketball game against Cassopolis high school.

Secret Deodorant's Mean Stinks campaign is now in its third year, encouraging girls to turn the tide on girl-to-girl bullying. To date, Mean Stinks has connected with more than 1.5 million girls to spread awareness about bullying, inspiring girls to "Gang Up for Good" each and every day.

To learn more about this campaign or to bring it to your school visit meanstinks.com.

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