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Spring Break 2017

Spring Break 2017

We are in the middle of Spring Break 2017 in our school district. Some familys have gone away on vacations, some enjoy stay-cations. There are some families who have their students left to entertain themselves and/or siblings behind locked doors. This is the world we live in. Our family has had all three types of […]

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The Ribbon

We are completely humbled by the love and support we have been surrounded with this season. On the helmets of the football players at Bondurant-Farrar, the choking game awareness ribbon has been added to remember Joshua Engle. This would have been his senior year and his teammates are honoring his memory.  Jersey #54 was his number […]

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180

180 weeks have past since Joshua passed away from the choking game. All week I have been looking at data and searching for ways to get information to people who still don’t know.  This is not going away. 180: what a number. Associated with turning around. We want to do that with the education attitude […]

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SPRING BREAK 2015

Spring break; be it a few days or a week that children and parents look forward to having some planned time off in the school year. Some familys will go away on vacations, some enjoy stay-cations at home with a parent or two. While in some families the children are left to entertain themselves and […]

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Be aware, be informed

We are branching out to inform you of the dangers that we have warned our kids about and some new ones that we are learning of. Each time we hear of something new to be aware of we will research it and post about it. We want you to be informed. Here is the link to the new “BEWARE” […]

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Drop Ripple Wave

A drop of information can save your life  “choking game kills” Liking this knowledge makes a ripple! Sharing begins a wave to save others!

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Information That Can’t Wait

Today marks 104 weeks, later this week is the 2nd anniversary of Joshua’s death. This article was sent to us and written by Ken Tork in the National Association of School Resource Officers fall 2013 magazine. We were given permission to share on our website and we want to get this information seen by you […]

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