This unique program provides the opportunity for our school to partner with Rachel's Challenge to continue the chain reaction of kindness and compassion in our school and community. The main goal of the club is to help create a permanent cultural change in our school.
Students in Chain Links participated in a one hour training session with our Rachel's Challenge presenter, Doug Brandl, on October 26, 2011. Doug gave the students a lot of great ideas about spreading Rachel's message and creating a kinder and more tolerant environment here at NMS.
Information for Chain Links Clubs Members
Stop by the guidance office during your studies to help hang up the posters we created at our first meeting.
Click here to access the Stand Up 2011 Participant Permission Form. Reminder, this conference will be held on December 13, and we plan to take 20 NMS students (5 sixth graders; 7 seventh graders; 8 eighth graders). If you want to attend, please fill out this form, and turn it in to Ms. Mazzola ASAP.
The first Tuesday of every month will be Mix it Up Day. Please help promote the mixing and mingling of your classmates during lunch. Who knows, you may even meet a new friend!