Unity Day-October 21
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, so on Wednesday, October 21st, we will be celebrating Unity Day. This is a day when we can all stand together against bullying. It will be Wear Orange Day! By wearing orange, we can demonstrate that we are united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.
Red Ribbon Week Plans -October 26-30
“Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free.”
Red Ribbon Week is a week long event that helps students think about the negative affects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. National Red Ribbon Week was established in 1988, and has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. To help spread the word and show support here at the junior high, we will be having different themed days. Students will also learn a few facts about teens and drug use, learn some ways to stay away from drugs, and all students will receive a few treats and fun prizes during the week. Plan to dress up to support a great cause!
Monday - Wear Red to “Rally in Red Against Drugs”
Tuesday - Twin Day - “Be a Buddy, Keep Your Friends from Doing Drugs”
Wednesday - Crazy Hair Day - “Wild About Being Drug Free”
Thursday - Backwards Day - “Turn Your Back on Drugs”
Friday - Halloween Costume Day to “Scare Away Drugs - Be Drug Free!”
(Students may wear acceptable costumes. A flyer will be emailed and students will be made aware of what is acceptable.)
Virtual Students Returning to In person
- If your student is returning to in person instruction, we look forward to seeing them on October 19 to begin the new quarter. They will follow the same schedule that they did virtually.
- If your student is not sure where to go on the 19th, please have them report to the office.
- If you have not notified the school of your request for your student to return to in person, please call 294-6586.