Our Children, Our Community, Our Future

Dear BWSD Parents,

I would like to invite you to Our Children, Our Community, Our Future: What is happening with Drugs in our Community on October 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. Our local Police and EMS chiefs will be presenting local data along with DEA Special Agent Brian Dempsey and FBI HOPE Coordinator Kelly Wesolosky to discuss the drug epidemic in our communities.

This night is designed for parents and community members as part of our Parent/Community Engagement Program. As you may recall, this month's theme is AWARENESS. Red Ribbon Week highlights Drug Education and Awareness. We want to provide you with the tools and information to begin the conversation or continue to talk to your child about drugs and alcohol. Our goal is to help you learn and grow with your children, keeping open the lines of communication, and supporting them in making good decisions.

Members of the Student Empowerment Team have created a variety of activities for Red Ribbon Week for our students in ALL of our schools. Please refer to the attached document for more information regarding our student programs.

As a critical partner in our efforts, I invite you to be part of our Parent/Community Engagement Program on October 24.


Randal A. Lutz, Ed.D.

Superintendent of Schools

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