by Krystal Paco
Guam - Wear orange tomorrow to show your support for October as Guam's Bullying Prevention Month. The Judiciary of Guam is looking to unite and join the movement against bullying worldwide as part of unity day on October 10 and asks that students and judiciary employees wear orange attire or orange ribbons.
The island's schools are set to celebrate. The launch of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program is set to take place at Bishop Baumgartner School in Sinajana. In Upper Tumon, students at John F. Kennedy High School are also set for a wave in front of their school tomorrow at 1:30 in the afternoon.
About 15,000 tax refund checks are being printed tomorrow to be sent out Monday. The Department of Revenue and Taxation, and Department of Administration have started the process to pay out the tax refunds.More >>