Pinwheels signify power of abuse prevention
Pinwheels are popping up across America, and in Fulton Independent’s school yards, in honor of April, child abuse prevention month.
In partnership with Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky and Aetna Better Health, The Family Connection FRYSC had each student in preschool through 12th grade plant a pinwheel.
The blue-and-silver pinwheels are to remind everyone that childhood is fun, beautiful, and fragile, and that it is every adult’s responsibility to protect the health and safety of children.
In honor of April, Child Abuse Prevention Month, each pinwheel represents a child.
The Family Connection FRYSC Director Tracy Pulley expressed her thanks to PCA KY (Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky) and Aetna BetterHealth for the pinwheels.
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