Coming Together in Pink and Green

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Bayville Primary School staff members came together to support a colleague on Oct. 29 for PSC Awareness Day. Stacey Eno, a teacher in the school, has a daughter, Hayley, with primary sclerosing cholangitis, a long-term progressive disease that causes inflammation and scarring of the bile ducts of the liver, causing among many other medical conditions, the need for a liver transplant in 2016 when she was 15 years old. 

Some staff members wore pink T-shirts that said “Fight Like Hayley” to show their support and raise awareness of the rare disease. Others wore green shirts in honor of liver disease/cancer awareness month, which is observed in October.

Ms. Eno said her co-workers have helped her get through a difficult time. “The staff at Bayville Primary has been so supportive and I am very grateful,” she said.