On the National Day of Silence
    hundreds of thousands of students nationwide
    take a vow of silence to bring attention to
    anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment
    in their schools.
    Read about it at

     Check out the short film of this  
    The event features GLSEN's National Student Council members,
    and special appearances by JoJo Siwa, Alok Vaid-Menon, and Zachary Quinto!
    You can also read GLSEN's student zine.
    Day of Silence 2021’s theme was "My Silence, My Story"

    Here at MHS, we started participating
    in the Day of Silence
    more than 10 years ago.
    We did it so often that we noticed our silence
    was sometimes backfiring:
    some people took advantage of the day
    to be ruder than ever.
    In response, we added a crucial component:
    We ended each day of silence
    with energetic and vociferous proclamations
    of our presence, our strength, and our unity.
    Over 2020-2021 and 2021-2022,
    we didn't *need* a Day of Silence.
    So many of us were silenced every day
    by isolation, by quarantine, by distance.
    Now, in this new school year of 2022-2023,
    we can meet together in safe spaces once again.
    You are welcome to join us, any time.
    We'll definitely hold a special
    Day of Silence
    in the Spring of 2023!