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Students happy to participate in Respect campaign on Down Syndrome Awareness Day

WCHS students sign a banner to pledge their support to respect others

WCHS students placed Respect sign sin the hallways to support efforts.

WCHS students placed Respect sign sin the hallways to support efforts.

(Above and Below:) Signing the respect banner

(Above and Below:) Signing the respect banner

Down Syndrome Awareness Day

 

Down Syndrome Awareness Day

WCHS students were happy to take the Pledge to Show Respect of Others

Down Syndrome Awareness Day

WCHS Students sign the Respect banner pledging to show respect

 

Monticello Elementary Teacher Miranda Cole's class show off their colorful and mix-matched socks

Monticello Elementary Teacher Miranda Cole's class show off their colorful and mix-matched socks
(L-R) Kristine Herbig, Cota Berry, Nevaeh Bell, Riley Foster, Felicity Brown, Maddison Turner, and Brooklyn Ford

Rock your socks day was celebrated at the school on 3.21

Rock your socks day was celebrated at the school on 3.21

(L-R) Kayley Baker showing off her cool miss-matched socks with teacher Pam Brown

(L-R) Kayley Baker showing off her cool miss-matched socks with teacher Pam Brown

(L-R) Sonny Hardwick and Dawson Leffew rockin' their socks

(L-R) Sonny Hardwick and Dawson Leffew rockin' their socks

Courtney Stinson supporting  Down Syndrome Awareness Day with her miss-matched sockes

Courtney Stinson supporting  Down Syndrome Awareness Day with her miss-matched sockes

 

 

 

Student shares message on respect in recognition of World Down Syndrome Awareness Day during the WCHS morning announces on March 21, 2019

 





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