Cocalico Education Foundation “Quest For Respect”
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Cocalico Middle School is scheduled to present Camfel Productions, “Quest For Respect” on Wednesday, October 29. The middle school’s SAP (Student Assistance Program) team plans a week’s worth of events during Red Ribbon Week to promote drug awareness and encourage students to make positive, healthy decisions. From the assembly featuring “Quest For Respect,” to spirit days where students’ are encouraged to “Team Up Against Drugs” by wearing their favorite sports jerseys, to a door-decorating contest that aims to promote a drug-free lifestyle, students are sent a message to say no to drugs.
As a follow-up to the assembly featuring “Quest For Respect,” CMS’s advisory program, CREW, provides opportunities for students to discuss positive decision-making, respect for self and others, and the negative effects of drugs on one’s life in a smaller setting among their peers and advisor. A special thanks to Swamp Christian Fellowship, the Cocalico Community Partnership, the Cocalico Education Foundation, and the Cocalico Ministerium for their contributions towards the “Quest For Respect” program. A free, faith-based community program that coincides with the message in “Quest For Respect” is scheduled for the evening of Wednesday, October 29.
Shown in the photo, from left to right, is (seated) Caroline Baum, Hanna Bouhou, McKenna Eberly; (back row) Jared White, Stacey Sola (Middle School Guidance Counselor, CCP Member); Alison Eshleman, Nancy Hamill (President CCP), and Grady Daub.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 21 October 2014 06:40)