REACH Students Volunteer at Crucial Catch Day Event
On Saturday, October 25th, twelve students from Castleberry ISD's REACH High School campus participated in a A Crucial Catch Day. This event, sponsored by the NFL, the American Cancer Society and the North Texas Area Community Health Centers, Inc., helped many community members take advantage of free health exams, including mammograms, cholesterol and blood pressure screening and kidney diagnostics. Students volunteers enjoyed their day immensely. Aylin said that she was glad that she was "able to help others and participate more outside of school." Rocio was amazed at the sense of "appreciation" shown by community members as a result of her volunteer efforts. Overall, this was an exciting experience benefitting all who participated.
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Love Yourself - Be Drug Free
Red Ribbon Week
Since its beginning in 1985, the Red Ribbon has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. The murder of DEA Agent Enrique Camarena, angered parents and youth in communities across the country and wearing Red Ribbons became a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the killing and destruction caused by drugs in America. Red Ribbon Week is October 23 - 31st. REACH High school students will be participating in drug prevention activities from October 27- 31st.
Red Ribbon Week Activities at REACH
Monday, October 27th- "Drugs Twist You Around"- Opposite Sex Dress
History of Red Ribbon Week
Tuesday, October 28th- "Wear Red Day"- Wear Something Red
Wednesday, October 29th- "Put Drugs to Rest" - Wear PJ Bottoms and Slippers
Thursday, October 30th- "Crack is Wack" - Dress in Black
Friday, October 31st- "Double Up Against Drugs" - Twin Day
HWNT's Latinas in Progress Education Series
Saturday September 13, 2014 marked the start of an exciting chapter in the educational lives of four REACH High School students. Brenda M,. Lupita V., Aylin C. and Monica L. were accepted in the Latinas In Progress Education Series, a project of the Fort Worth Chapter of the Hispanic Women's Network of North Texas (HWNT). Saturday was the first of five educational seminars during which the girls will learn about college and financial aid, as well as how to be an assertive Latina and become active in civic life. At the end of the five seminars and after completing fifteen volunteer hours, these young ladies will have an opportunity to apply for scholarships through the HWNT organization. This is the first year REACH High School students have participated in Latinas In Progress, blazing a trail for future REACH High School Latinas. The HWNT participants are pictured here with REACH Teacher, Nadine Mihalicz. Congratulations ladies!!
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||8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
|Wednesday - Friday
||8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
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