It’s not every day that yellow shirts are the predominant fashion choice at a school, but on Sept. 30, students in the North Bellmore School District were united in the fight against pediatric cancer by making a statement with their wardrobes.
The district hosted its annual Go Gold Day on the final day of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Students and staff incorporated gold, yellow and neon green into their outfits in many different ways. Many children had gold shoelaces and beaded necklaces to show their support for the cause. Others wore shirts with messages like “Be Bold, Go Gold” and “In September, We Wear Gold.”
North Bellmore teachers also made donations to Solving Kids Cancer, which focuses on the development of new treatments for aggressive childhood cancers.
1: Students at Park Avenue Elementary School and throughout the North Bellmore School District wore gold on Sept. 30 for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
2: Martin Avenue Elementary School students, from left, Tyler Pascalli, Dylan Sheehy, Delilah Williamson and Sarah Falls raised awareness with their wardrobes.
3: Park Avenue students found many different ways to incorporate gold into their outfits.
Photos courtesy of the North Bellmore School District