Garcia students support Red Ribbon Week by dressing wacky tacky.
Truman Balloon Release
Mr. Huynh and Mr. Cochran's Drone Club captured staff and students participating in Truman Student Council Red Ribbon Week Balloon Release.
Hobbs Williams Lesson
First grade students and staff at Hobbs Williams made some accommodations to continue with an awesome Red Ribbon Week guidance lesson yesterday. Technical difficulties caused all the campus electricity to go out; however, it didn't stop first graders and the counselor from speaking about the dangers of poor choices. They moved their lesson outside. Students were well behaved, moved calmly, and were very respectful. The teachers were Jessica Henson and Shamonica Mauldin. Go, Wolves!
GPHS Drug Free
Everyone at GPHS gets in on the fun of pledging to be drug free. Students take the Minute to Win It Stack Attack and Cookie Face Challenges.
Wonderful Williams students showed their future is too bright for drugs and wore their shades. They also socked it to drugs by wearing their crazy socks.
YWLA Rocked Bullying
YWLA rocked out at the anti-bullying rally on Wednesday. A good time was had by all. Mrs. Culclager, the counselor, would like to thank the students, staff and especially the Stand 4 Kind team for making this celebration of kindness and compassion an enormous success.
Caring at GP ECHS
The Kindness Ambassadors at the GP ECHS led guided discussions on the importance of kindness and distributed leaves to all students to write affirmations. Their goal is to create a caring learning environment by doing intentional acts of kindness.
Pink Out Day at GPFAA
GPFAA students sign pledge cards to be drug free during Red Ribbon Week and wear pink to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Crockett Dad's Club
Thank you to our Crockett EES Dad's Club for helping us team up against drugs and rallying together to welcome our students and their families.