Banners for Love and Alumni Video Message #MSDSTRONG 


On February 27, 2018 the students and staff will be returning to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School following the most painful week of their lives.

To help ease the pain, the school is embarking on a “Banners for Love” initiative.  The goal is to line the hallways of MSD high school with banners/posters (preferably laminated or vinyl)  to show community support and encouragement when the students return. This is open to any group, church, sports team, classroom, playground, nonprofit or business that wants to support MSD.

The “Banners for Love” movement is being organized by Ricci Nelson, a mother of two students enrolled at the high school and has the support of Ty Thompson, the school’s principal.

Ricci Nelson, a parent of two students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas. (Ricci Nelson/Facebook)

The sizes can vary. Please,  no advertisements or political statements.

Have questions?  Email:

Drop off locations (no later than Monday):

– Parkland Library – look for the box and check times

– Watercrest Community Center  (Parkland) – ask for Nadia; 9am – 9pm

– Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School,  5901 NW Pine Island Road,


#MSDSTRONG | Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School from Ryan Blitzer on Vimeo.

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