Isabella Loconte

Stories from Isabella Loconte

Thursday, February 7th, 2019


This year, a new curriculum is being implemented in all ninth-grade health classes. It is a suicide prevention program called
Lifelines, which is taught by Ms. Lattarulo, the Student Assistance Counselor. Lifelines is a four-day course, and each day focuses on a different aspect of suicide and intervention. It is meant to raise awareness of teen suicide and erase the stigma and myths surrounding it. By providing facts, warning signs, and models of possible scenarios, it is an important resource for teens to understand how to help a friend that is struggling or what to do if they are approached by someone who is.
Thursday, October 18th, 2018


In 2011, the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act was created, which expanded on the original anti-bullying law created in 2002. One of the requirements is that every year, the first week of October is the Week of Respect. The Week of Respect was created to highlight the importance of kindness and promote awareness of how bullying impacts the community.