The group of friends spent a few days collaborating, then interpreting and explaining the quote they had been given.
"We just talked about what situations really the silence affects individuals," Chelsea Sather said. "We thought about what in school and in our friend group affect individuals."
Maddie Dalley said she learned she needs to speak up for her friends, even if she feels intimidated.
"They have seen the bullying. They've got firsthand knowledge of this," said Noelle Viny, Woods Cross High School's Advanced Placement English teacher whose students entered more than 100 essays and 10 videos.
"I hope that they don't remain silent," Viny said, "that they learn that they do have a voice, and that voice is not only for themselves, but that voice needs to be for others."
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