On Friday, March 13, 2020 the Grade 5 students at A.A. Wright Public School in Wallaceburg celebrated their successful completion of the ‘Values, Influences and Peers’ program.
The programs was taught by Special Constable Randi Hull of the Chatham-Kent Police Service.
“This character education program promotes citizenship with lessons about decision-making, youth and the law, anti-bullying, the dangers of drugs and how to deal with peer pressure,” Mr. J. Walden, the Grade 4/5 teacher at A.A. Wright, told the Sydenham Current.
“Special thanks to the Wallaceburg Optimists for our awesome t-shirts and Principal Goodal for the delicious A&W lunch.
Special Constable Hull and Eric Johnston, from the Optimists, joined the students for the photo.