Walla Walla Public Schools
Week in Review - April 19, 2013

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 Walla Walla School Board plans public work session to discuss Wa-Hi bond
Public Work Session

- Tuesday, April 23, 2013

- 6:30 – 8 p.m.

- District Board Room/364 S. Park Street

The Walla Walla School District Board of Directors will conduct a public work session on Tuesday, April 23, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Purpose of the work session is to review and continue discussion of the high school facilities bond election, including discussion of an all-weather track, listen to input and discuss options. The work session will be in the District Board Room at 364 S. Park Street and is open to the public.


 District educator develops new Welcome to Kindergarten Packets to support transition to school
District Bilingual Instructional Specialist Donna Austin, who spent 10 years as a kindergarten teacher at Sharptein Elementary, created new Welcome to Kindergarten packets for parents and children. The packets are designed to help parents prepare their children for kindergarten.

The welcome packets include a variety of items, including materials for 10 activities parents may use over the summer with their child. The materials are in English or Spanish and are available at all district elementary schools. The packets also include a fun and helpful DVD, produced by Walla Walla High School teacher Dennis DeBroeck, which features "Mr. Potato Head" skits to help hold a child’s interest. The DVD includes 34 clips featuring Walla Walla kindergarten teachers offering learning tips for parents and students.

"I wanted to create this packet so parents have a resource to help their child get ready for kindergarten," Austin said. "Our parents love their children and want the best for them. I included the Mr. Potato Head funny skits so the children would want to watch the DVD over and over again."

Berney Principal Donna Painter also played a key role in supporting Austin throughout the development of this project. The packets will be distributed as parents register their children for school. They are also available at the main office of each school. Contact your attendance area school for more information.

Kindergarten Registration Dates and Hours:

- Monday, April 22: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

- April 23 to May 3: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.


 High school students ace Collection of Evidence process to meet math requirement
This spring, 44 Walla Walla and Lincoln High School students submitted "Collections of Evidence" to the state for math proficiency and 100 percent of the students met the state math standards through this process. The state average is 78 percent. These students did not meet standards via the state High School Proficiency exam route and were in jeopardy of not graduating if they didn’t pass the Collection of Evidence.

"Both Lincoln and Wa-Hi dedicated staff resources this year to supporting students in completing the Collection of Evidence," said District Assessment Coordinator Maria Garcia. "Needless to say, there were celebrations all around when we received the news."

As is the case every year, there are a handful of students who are not on track to graduate on time due to being credit deficient, or because they have not yet passed either the reading or writing portions of the state assessment. However, WWPS does a great job of retaining students into a 5th year, providing credit retrieval and summer school options so students can continue to pursue their diploma.

"Our recent Washington Achievement Award for Wa-Hi's extended graduation rate (91.7%) is evidence of this work," Garcia said. "Lincoln is continually improving its extended graduation rate as well. It was 69.7% for the Class of 2010, up from 13.4% for the Class of 2008.


 Personnel Report (from April 16, 2013 school board meeting)
Employment (Certificated)

Erika Helm, Kindergarten, Edison, (2013-2014 school year)

Paul Quick, Auto Mechanics, Wa-Hi (2013-14 school year

Jen Tinker, Science (temp.), Wa-Hi (2013-2014 school year)

Resignation/Retirement (Classified)

Justine Benson, Para-Educator, Garrison, (4.5 years)

Jeremy Edwards, Asst. Custodian, Sharpstein, (30 years)

* Jeremy’s retirement is effective March 2014 when he will have 30 years service

Katy Laumb, Para-Educator, Prospect Point, 2 years

Amanda Zagal, Para-Educator, Blue Ridge, (2.5 years)

Leave of Absence (Certificated)

Jeremy Hubbard, Third Grade, Blue Ridge, 12 years

* Jeremy will continue as Blue Ridge Math Coach

Cindy Palmer, K-8 Elementary, Homelink, 8 years

* For the 2013-14 school year

Gayle See, Physical Education, Wa-Hi, 32 years

* For the 2013-14 school year


 District names Art Regier Volunteers of the Year
Van Woolfe – Walla Walla High School Pottery Program

Nominator – John Butenhoff

- He volunteers in Butenhoff’s Open Studio evening program five hours every Wednesday evening

JoAnne Savage – Homelink Program

Nominators: Connie Taylor-Randall, Kate Venneri, Pam Clayton and Valerie Gentzler

- JoAnne volunteers in the Homelink Curriculum library

Caty Ramirez – Edison Elementary

Nominators: Sarah Rathbun

- Caty volunteers Monday through Thursday where she supports the Spanish and Language Arts

Kara Schulke – Garrison Middle School and Prospect Point Elementary

Nominators: Jackie Scholl, Gina Yonts, Chris Gardea

- Kara has volunteered at Garrison for the past two years and seven years at Prospect Point

Kanet Turner – Sharpstein PTA, Walla Walla Citizens for Schools and district athletic programs

Nominators: Matt Bona and Brandy Martinez

- Kanet currently serves as the Sharpstein PTA President where she coordinates activities, events and fundraisers

Margarita Almanza – Blue Ridge Elementary

Nominator – Kim Doepker

- Margarita volunteers most every day at Blue Ridge in the cafeteria, classrooms and office

John Ladderud – Prospect Point Elementary

Nominators – Michele Briones, Leah Taylor, Debbie Smyth and Karen Watson

- John has volunteered for the past four years at Prospect Point helping with math and reading

Katie Christianson and Kathryn Southwick Hess – Safe Travels Alliance

Nominators – Michelle Higgins, Donna Painter, Ki Bealey and Pete Peterson

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Katie and Kathryn formed To & From: The Safe Travels Alliance to improve school zone safety


 High school students ace Collection of Evidence submissions to meet state math requirement
This spring, 44 Walla Walla and Lincoln High School students submitted "Collections of Evidence" to the state for math proficiency and 100 percent of the students met the state math standards through this process. The state average is 78 percent. These students did not meet standards via the state High School Proficiency exam route and were in jeopardy of not graduating if they didn’t pass the Collection of Evidence.

"Both Lincoln and Wa-H dedicated staff resources this year to supporting students in completing the Collection of Evidence," said District Assessment Coordinator Maria Garcia. "Needless to say, there were celebrations all around when we received the news."

As is the case every year, there are a handful of students who are not on track to graduate on time due to being credit deficient, or because they have not yet passed either the reading or writing portions of the state assessment. However, WWPS does a great job of retaining students into a 5th year, providing credit retrieval and summer school options so students can continue to pursue their diploma.

"Our recent Washington Achievement Award for Wa-Hi's extended graduation rate (91.7%) is evidence of this work," Garcia said. "Lincoln is continually improving its extended graduation rate as well. It was 69.7% for the Class of 2010, up from 13.4% for the Class of 2008.


 Retirement Celebrations 2012-2013
Berney Elementary

- Principal Donna Painter

- Wednesday, May 1 / 3:30-5 p.m. / Berney Library

District Office

- Pat Johnston

Thursday, June 6 / 3-5 p.m. / Board Room

Green Park

- Bob Gregoire

Tuesday, May 28 / 4 p.m. / Library

- Mike Lambert

Friday, May 31 / 4 p.m. / Gym

Head Start/ECEAP Preschool @ Blue Ridge

- Marilyn Day

- Sandy McCoy

Thursday, June 6 / 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. / Blue Ridge Cafeteria

Walla Walla High School

Wednesday - June 12 / 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. / Wa-Hi Commons

Wa-Hi Staff to be honored:

- Jim Briggs

- Craig Buchanan

- Karen Dazell

- Carol Franklin

- Shelley Mann

- Pamela McBride


 Kindergarten and Open Enrollment Registration dates April 22-May 3
Walla Walla Public Schools Kindergarten and Open Enrollment registration period is Monday, April 22 to Friday, May 3. Kindergarten registration will be conducted at the student’s attendance area elementary school.

Open Enrollment and Kindergarten Registration Hours:

- Monday, April 22: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

- April 23 to May 3: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Parents/guardians who wish to open enroll their child to a school outside of their attendance area may pick up Open Enrollment application forms at their attendance area school during normal business hours.

If there is space available to accommodate open enrollment requests, then priorities outlined in School Board Policy No. 3130 will be used to determine movement of a student. School Board policy manuals are available for public viewing at all Walla Walla Public Schools and the Administration Office. School Board policies are also online at http://www.wwps.org/leadership/board.htm#11.

Please contact your attendance area school for more information. District boundary maps are available at all schools, the Administration Office at 364 South Park Street, and online at www.wwps.org . Click on the District A to Z link and then click on Boundary Map.


School Stories
 2013 Walla Walla Balloon Stampede School Launch Sites
- Friday, May 10

- 6:30 a.m. (approximate time)

Walla Walla Public Schools

- Pioneer Middle School

- Garrison Middle School

- Prospect Point Elementary

- Lincoln High School

- Sharpstein Elementary School

- Walla Walla High School

- Berney Elementary School

Pioneer Park

- Soccer Field

Walla Walla Catholic Schools

- Assumption Elementary

College Place Public Schools

- Meadowbrook Middle School

- Davis Elementary

Walla Walla Private Schools

- Liberty Christian

College Place Adventist Schools

- Walla Walla Valley Academy


 Softball games canceled: Wear pink activity for Wa-Hi varsity softball games moved to Monday
Today’s Walla Walla High School varsity softball games have been rained out and rescheduled for Monday. The team will be wearing Pink at Monday’s game against Kennewick in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.

- Date: Monday, April 22 vs. Kennewick

- Game time 3 p.m. at Murr Field.

Join Blue Devil Softball in support of the local cancer community. In partnership with the Providence St. Mary's Cancer Center, Lifesaver Fund and Breast Cancer Special Needs Fund, Blue Devil Softball is dedicating a day to raise awareness and funds for this important issue. Invite friends and family to the April 22 Kennewick games as the team honors long time coach and friend of the program, Carol Peterson. Wear a pink t-shirt in support!


 Bye, Bye Birdie tickets on sale now
Don’t miss this spring’s Wa-Hi Musical "Bye, Bye, Birdie." Tickets are on sale now. Box office hours are weekdays 4:30 to 6 p.m. and one hour prior to shows. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for students.

Bye, Bye, Birdie Show dates: (box office - 526-8613)

- May 2 @ 7 p.m.

- May 3 @ 7 p.m.

- May 4 @ 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.

- May 9 @ 7 p.m.

- May 10 @ 7 p.m.

- May 11 @ 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.


 National Honor Society fundraiser helps veterans receive training
Congratulations to the National Honor Society for raising $3500 through its "Walk a Mile for a Veteran" fundraiser last Saturday. The weather was cold and windy, but 401 people signed in to Walk a Mile and receive a free BBQ. The money raised will support a fund the Wa-Hi NHS has created for veterans attending WWCC who are in need of books and supplies. Special thanks to NHS Advisors Crystal Holmes and Peggy Payne for helping the students organize the event.
 Head Start/ECEAP preschool program accepting applications
Walla Walla Public Schools Head Start/ECEAP preschool program is now accepting applications for the 2013–2014 school year. If you have a child who will be 3 or 4 years old by August 31, please apply for this opportunity to have fun while learning and preparing for Kindergarten, at no cost to you.

Classes are 3 ¼ hours, four days a week, with meals provided. We focus on school readiness in all areas of development and provide comprehensive family support. Special education and counseling services are available if needed.

Applications are available at Blue Ridge or online at www.wwps.org/programs/headstart_eceap. Space is limited and acceptance is based on eligibility.

Please turn in your application and required documentation to Blue Ridge by May 23. Please call our office at (509) 526-1781 if you have questions!


 The Key Club is sponsoring the Red Cross Blood Drive
- Date: April 22

- Time: 9 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

- Where: Wa-Hi Small Gym

Staff are encouraged to participate if possible. Staff will be given priority status to help accommodate their schedules. No pre-sign up is needed -- just come to the small gym at Wa-Hi. The Red Cross reports the need for blood is critical. For more information, contact Key Club Advisor Shelley Mann at: smann@wwps.org


 Edison plans its 6th annual bike rodeo
- Saturday, May 4

- 10 a.m. to 12 noon

The Whitman Cycling Team will be helping again this year with many parent and teacher volunteers! As usual, free helmets to all students who need them, bike tune-up and repair, seven safety centers and a raffle for two new bikes will end the event!


 Wa-Hi club to offer free, community-wide screening of Bully tonight
The Walla Walla High School Gay-Straight Alliance Club members invite the Walla Walla community to join them in viewing Bully, a critically-acclaimed documentary portraying the nationwide issue of bullying occurring in schools. The film is rated PG-13. This event is taking place in conjunction with Day of Silence, a national youth movement bringing attention to the silence faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals and their allies.

Event Information:

- Community-wide screening of Bully (FREE)

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Friday, April 19- 7 p.m. @ Walla Walla High School Auditorium

Critical acclamation:

- "A movie your kid must see" –Richard Corliss, Time Magazine

- Powerful" –Alynda Wheat, People Magazine

- "The most important film of the year" –Mario Thomas, Huffington Post

For more information, please contact Casey Monahan at Walla Walla High School at cmonahan@wwps.org.


 Garrison Middle School Assistant Principal takes opportunity to lead Prescott schools
Garrison Middle School Assistant Principal Brett Cox has been hired as the new superintendent of the Prescott School District. Cox replaces Bill Jordan who is retiring at the end of the school year. Cox has 11 years public school administrative experience, the past 7 years in Walla Walla Public Schools. He began his tenure in Walla Walla as an assistant principal and CTE Director at Walla Walla High School. He transferred to Garrison Middle School in 2010 as the school’s assistant principal.

Cox grew up in Graham, WA and graduated from Bethel Senior High School, Spanaway, WA in 1985. He graduated from Central Washington University in 1990. He served as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay in 1994. He received a Master of Educational Leadership from City University in 2003.

"My family and I are very excited about becoming part of the Prescott community," Cox said. "I look forward to serving Prescott School District as Superintendent and working with the families in Prescott, Vista Hermosa and at Jubiliee Leadership Academy. I believe my skills and experience are well suited for the job and the district."


ACT test results review planned for parents
Walla Walla High School and WSU GEAR UP are working together with parents to review and interpret individualized ACT and PLAN score card results, April 23 and 24. Walla Walla High School sophomores and juniors participated in testing in March and now students and their families will be able to see the results of those tests.

ACT and PLAN score cards are important College and Career Planning tools. Wa-Hi and GEAR UP encourage all parents to schedule a personalized appointment with a Wa-Hi and GEAR UP staff member to review their student’s results.

April 23-24: Scheduled one-on-one appointments available from noon until 6 p.m. Drop in appointments will be available at the Wa-Hi main office April 24 from 6-8 p.m. To schedule a one on one appointment call Bridget Jacobson @ 509-526-8655. Washington State University/GEAR UP, which is located on campus at Walla Walla High School, involves a variety of innovative partnerships and initiatives to support students in college and career readiness skills.


 Garrison Middle School student wears blue for Juvenile Arthritis cause
Garrison Middle School sixth grade student Allison Wanichek is organizing "Wear Blue Day" Friday, May 3 at all schools to raise awareness about Juvenile Arthritis. Allison was diagnosed with the disease and has dedicated her youth to making a difference.

Her most recent activity is challenging staff and students to wear blue for the cause. She is designing posters for all the schools, handing out blue bracelets for some of the students and staff to wear and plans to distribute information. Allison has also organized fundraisers in the past to help raise awareness and funds for the cause.


 Blue Devil Precision Team Wins Western Regional Championship
Walla Walla High School’s JROTC Precision Rifle Team topped the competition at the Civilian Marksmanship Program Western Regional Championship in Albuquerque, New Mexico last weekend. Precision team members Cadet Captain Caitlyn Lasseigne, Cadet Staff Sergeant Andrew Jenkins, Cadet Staff Sergeant Sarah Jameson and Cadet Staff Sergeant Allison Juergensen, fresh from their third place win nationally in Anniston, Alabama last month, brought home the first place trophy after a commanding lead over the other teams in the event.

This is the first year the Civilian Marksmanship Program hosted a Western Regional Championship open to all teams. More than 700 shooters competed in local matches for one of 150 seats at the regional championship. In addition to the first place trophy and individual gold medals, the team was also awarded a $5,000 endowment from Midway USA and a $1,500 cash award from the CMP for Walla Walla’s shooting program.

"We didn’t really know what to expect at this match," Cadet Staff Sergeant Jameson said. "This match was open to everyone, so there were a lot of athletes here that we have never competed against before."

The Blue Devil precision team’s first place finish comes with an invitation to the CMP-Junior Olympics National Championship in Anniston, Alabama this July.


 Sharpstein students raise funds for Cinco deMayo assembly
Sharpstein Elementary students Lauren Adams, Olivia and Keegan Isenhower, and Jackson Adams helped organize several yard sales to raise money for their school’s Cinco de Mayo assembly. They collaborated with the Sharpstein PTA on the effort which netted enough funds to purchase six new outfits for students to wear while performing in the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration.
 Prospect Point plans April 27 bike rodeo
The 2nd annual Bike Rodeo is scheduled for Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon in the Prospect Point parking lot. This event, open to students and their families, promotes bicycle and road safety, and physical fitness. There will be eight activity stations for students, including: helmet fittings, bicycle tune-ups; rules of the road, and an obstacle course. Once students have completed every station, names will be put into a drawing to win two new bicycles. Event sponsor: Bicycle Barn.
Community Stories
 Exchange Club and Starbucks team to support Ducky Derby
Visit the downtown Walla Walla Starbucks Monday, April 29 and you’ll receive a free tall coffee by purchasing a $5 Baker Boyer Ducky Derby tickets. Coffee lovers will receive a free tall latte by purchasing a $20 ticket. This program is part of the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce and Achieva Marketing Group’s monthly TweetUp #WallaTalk. This program is held the last Monday of the month at the downtown Starbucks to promote a non-profit group.
 The Moms Network partners with the Early Learning Coalition for play date opportunity
The Moms Network is partnering with the Early Learning Coalition for Art & Play Monday, April 22 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon at the Walla Walla Children's Museum. There will be interactive art activities for children ages one to five years old. The Children’s Museum will also be open for playing. The event is free and open to the public.
 PROJECT Trio plans family concert Saturday
Join the Walla Walla Symphony, the Walla Walla Symphony Youth Orchestra and special guest artists PROJECT Trio for a fun Family Concert on Saturday, April 20, 2 p.m. at Cordiner Hall. There will be a free Instrument Petting Zoo in the lobby at 1 p.m. for children to look at some of the instruments of the orchestra.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students and kids 12 and under are FREE! Call the Symphony Office at 509-529-8020 for more information.


 Community volleyball camps offer opportunities to improve skills
Whitman Volleyball Camp

- June 17 to 20

- Location – Main Gym Whitman College

Whitman’s volleyball skills camp is designed for girls entering grades 6-12. Participants will be evaluated and grouped by skill level. The camp will focus on basic skills for beginners as well as advanced skills & systems for experienced players. A mini tournament will take place on the final day of camp. Each child will receive a t-shirt and a personal evaluation from the camp coach.

Individual Skills Camp

- July 22 to 25

- Location – Walla Walla Community College (Dietrich Dome)

This middle school volleyball camp is designed for girls entering grades 6-8. Participants will receive instruction and enhancement on the fundamental skills of volleyball for all positions and levels of players. All skills will be taught utilizing up-to-date techniques.

Whitman Volleyball Camp

- August 9 to 12

- Location – Main Gym Whitman College

Whitman’s volleyball skills camp is designed for girls entering grades 6-12. Participants will be evaluated and grouped by skill level. The camp will focus on basic skills for beginners as well as advanced skills & systems for experienced players. A mini tournament will take place on the final day of camp. Each child will receive a t-shirt and a personal evaluation from the camp coach.


 Carnegie Picture Lab Presents Elementary Art Collective: An Art Show For the Children, From the Children
Carnegie Picture Lab is planning the Elementary Art Collective opening gala Friday, May 3, 5-8 p.m. The event is an art exhibition featuring the work of students from Walla Walla valley elementary schools. The work featured will be drawn from the three art history and art exploration labs colored by the all-volunteer organization throughout the 2012-2013 school year. The children’s art show takes place in downtown Walla Walla’s Die Brucke Building at 38 E. Main Street (between Macy’s department store and Macy’s shoe store).

The Elementary Art Collective is a free, family event with art displays, hands-on art activities and entertainment, with a focus on encouraging art exploration and enhancing the arts within our own community. An additional opportunity to view the art and participate in the art activities takes place on Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. This will be Carnegie Picture Lab’s debut art show, which showcases the culmination of another year of elementary art education in the Walla Walla Valley.


 Garrison Creek Stream Restoration Project features Living Classroom Trail
The 2011 Sherwood Leadership Training Class is pleased to invite you to the Grand Opening of the Garrison Creek Stream Restoration Project and Living Classroom Trail. Please join them on April 25 at 4:30 p.m. on the banks of the Garrison Creek, just south of Fort Walla Walla Museum at the Rotary Picnic Shelter off Myra Road in Walla Walla.

This project could not have happened without the help of many individuals, organizations and foundations who gave generously of their money, time, expertise, labor, and moral support. Come celebrate with us at a ribbon-cutting and trail tour.

Please feel free to bring a guest. Join us, rain or shine, for this proud moment. For more information email

j_swenson@msn.com or call 509-529-7732.


 Girls in the Walla Walla Valley Waiting to Join Girl Scout Troops
Adult volunteers needed to help form troops for summer and fall 2013

From marching in the local parade to making hula hoops at Carnegie Center, local Girl Scouts have a long history in the Walla Walla Valley. There are more than 50 active Girl Scouts and 23 adult volunteers in the Valley, but there are more than 80 girls waiting to join a troop.

Girl Scouts Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho is seeking adult volunteers to work with Girl Scout troops in the Valley for troops forming in the summer and fall of 2013. More than 20 adult volunteers are needed to fill the gap for forming troops. Girls in kindergarten through 12th grade can join Girl Scouts in a traditional troop at any point during the year as long as there are five girls and two leaders in the troop.

A Volunteer Information Social will be held Tuesday, April 30 from 5:15 -6:15 p.m., in the second floor meeting room at the downtown Walla Walla branch of AmericanWest Bank, located at 30 W. Main Street. The meeting is for adults (18 years or older) who are interested in learning more about volunteering with Girl Scouts and working with girls or troop activities in the Walla Walla Valley. Local volunteers and GSEWNI staff will be present to discuss volunteer opportunities, how to work as a team or "adopt a troop" as a company or organization and the tremendous gratification that comes with volunteering with Girl Scouts. No RSVP is required. Questions may be directed to Jennifer Monroe, jmonroe@gsewni.org or (800) 827-9478, ext. 415.


 Cops and Firefighters to square off on the baseball diamond
The International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Local 404, in association with the Walla Walla Sweets, is sponsoring the "Battle of the Badge" baseball game Saturday, June 1 between local law enforcement officers and local firefighters. The game starts at 7:05 p.m., with gates open at 5:30 p.m. Children two and under get in free. Tickets are $12, or $20 for a ticket and official t-shirt.

Firefighters are playing to benefit Blue Mountain Girls Softball and the YMCA Youth Sustaining Campaign. Law enforcement is playing to benefit Walla Walla Area Crime Watch.

Fans may choose a shirt in either blue (to support law enforcement) or red (to support firefighters). There are kids sizes available too. The deadline for orders that include t-shirts is April 21. Orders for tickets only may be made after this date. T-shirts are also available separately for $15.

Tickets are available from any local firefighter or law enforcement officer. Contact Judy Jerome at 509-524-4607 (Walla Walla Fire Department Station 1, 12th and Poplar), or Vicki Ruley at 509-524-4409 (Walla Walla Police Department, 54 E Moore St). The side which sells the most tickets gets the home field advantage.


 Learn from an expert how to recognize and stop alcohol and drug abuse
Event: Tall Cop Says Stop (Idaho Law Enforcement Officer Jermaine Galloway)

Topic: Learn from an expert how to recognize and stop alcohol and drug abuse

Date: Monday, April 22

Three Free Sessions:

11:20 a.m. to 12:15 (students); 1:30 to 4 p.m. (educators & community professionals); 6 to 8 p.m. (parents and families)

Location: Walla Walla Valley Academy Auditorium

Information: Tricia Lofthouse - 509.525.1050 ext. 226

www.tallcopsaysstop.com 


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