Revelstoke Secondary School was treated to an upbeat show by roots-rock band Elliott Brood on Friday. The show was part of a special assembly for Love is Louder – a movement adopted by the school to promote a positive and loving atmosphere at the school. The show was punctuated by talks from students

Video: Elliott Brood helps spread Love is Louder message at RSS

Revelstoke Secondary School was treated to an upbeat show by roots-rock band Elliott Brood on Friday as part of Love is Louder.

Revelstoke Secondary School was treated to an upbeat show by roots-rock band Elliott Brood on Friday. The show was part of a special assembly for Love is Louder – a movement adopted by the school to promote a positive and loving atmosphere at the school. The show was punctuated by talks from students, staff and others, and was followed by a series of multi-media presentations in the theatre. The overarching message was students should care for each other and help one another through tough times, rather than carry any negativity. Check out this video below made by RSS students for Love is Louder

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