Daniel Wright Junior High School E-Notice - October 26, 2020
Please Return Library Books Now
As we move into Quarter 2 at Daniel Wright, we are asking that families return library books to the school right away so they can be cleaned and shared with other students. There is a book return outside the Daniel Wright entrance.
Please reach out to Library Media Specialist Tabatha Otto at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Red Ribbon Week Activities
The national Red Ribbon Week observance is scheduled for the end of October. We will be participating in related activities at Daniel Wright during the week of October 26th-October 30th. The purpose of the Red Ribbon Campaign is to raise awareness of alcohol and other drug use, bullying and to promote a drug-free, bully-free environment through a unified commitment of all segments of the community. At Daniel Wright, we support Red Ribbon Week mainly by promoting the development of the student’s self-esteem and by helping them learn to make healthy choices.
- Families, teachers and staff are encouraged to tie Red Ribbons around trees or fences to show support in the community.
- Sixth through eighth-grade students will view and discuss public service announcement videos during their daily advisory.
- Students can participate in a mask decorating contest! One winner per grade level will receive a mystery gift card!
- Advisories will participate in a virtual background contest. One advisory winner per school will win a prize from SHS!
>Judging will take place on Friday, Oct. 27 by Stevenson High School’s Catalyst team.
>There will be one advisory classroom winner from ALL SHS Sender Schools. (SHS Catalyst Program will pick the winner) and a school wide prize will be announced.
- Monday, October 26: “Put a CAP on drugs” -- Wear a hat and put an end to drugs!
- Tuesday, October 27: “Sports Day” - Wear a jersey or shirt to be on a drug-free team
- Wednesday, October 28: “Beach Day” -- You are too bright for drugs!
- Thursday, October 29: “Pajama Day” -- Don’t be caught sleeping, say no to drugs!
- Friday, October 30: Wear RED for Red Ribbon Week
Parents, please help your child participate in all of these activities. By showing your support for these activities and for the idea that it is important to be drug-free, you are modeling an important value for your child. Your child needs to begin to adopt that value at this age, so that they will be strong enough to resist temptation and peer pressure when they are older.
If you have any questions about the parent information or Red Ribbon Week activities, please email:
- Debbie Dubin, School Social Worker, email@example.com
- Mike Jerzyk, Physical Education Teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Justin Joneikis, Physical Education Teacher, email@example.com
- Michelle Breyne, Physical Education Teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rachel Wiatrowski, Health Education Teacher, email@example.com
- Diane Lazzar, Health Education Teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org
The following statements provide parents with information to further the unified fight against drugs. Students will be signing the “pledge wall” at school. This is a pledge for you to use when talking with your children. Please keep this pledge at home, and refer to it as needed in the future.
- We will talk to our children about the dangers of drug abuse. We will set clear rules for our children about not using drugs.
- We will set a good example for our children by not using illegal drugs or medicine without a prescription, or abusing prescription drugs.
- We will monitor our children's behavior and enforce appropriate consequences, so that our rules are respected.
- We will encourage family and friends to follow the same guidelines to keep children safe from substance abuse.
- We pledge to set guidelines to help children grow up safe, healthy, and drug-free.