Digital Citizenship & Think Pink Week


This year’s editions of Marymount’s Digital Citizenship Week and the Think Pink Anti-Bullying Campaign were combined into one, as the main focus of ‘Think Pink’ this year is digital citizenship! In the digital age, bullying has taken to the internet with “cyber-bullying,” making this year’s combination especially pertinent, and Marymount Medellin is committed to teaching our students good digital citizenship. A special thanks to our guest speaker, Jon Santiago, for participating in this year’s events!

Digital Citizenship and Think Pink Week this year is are all about encouraging our students to be respectful of others at all times, both in person and when on a device, and recognizing the important role of the spectator. Some of the events and activities from the week include:


Students (and adults!) are invited to wear pink or red to support anti-bullying!

Board games on digital citizenship with Grades 4 and 5 were hosted by students in the FabLab elective

“Think Pink” Poster display and competition

Classroom activities to reinforce the ‘Pink Attitude’ of respect for others, “be an upstander, not a bystander” anti bullying and prejudice awareness.