“IT'S NOT WORTH IT” PSA VIDEO
> SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 15, 2016
> SUBMISSION INSRUCTIONS: Email the YouTube link for your PSA to Jennifer.C.Rowe@state.ma.us > Your PSA must be no longer than 90 seconds.
MEETING (25 POINTS)
SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2016 > King Philip v. Franklin > Millis v. Medway v. Bellingham ______________________________
SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 2016
> Wellesley v. Needham > Cohasset v. Brookline ______________________________
SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2016
> Stoughton v. Canton v.
Sharon v. Foxborough ______________________________
SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2016
> Walpole v. Norwood v. Dedham
Braintree v. Milton v. Weymouth ______________________________
SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2016
> Quincy v. North Quincy > Avon v. Holbrook v. Randolph ______________________________
SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2016
> FRCS v. BH v. NA v. TC ______________________________
SUNDAY, MAY 22, 2016
> Medfield v. Dover v. Westwood
Each school should select (10)
students to serve as the team
for this challenge.
Students should wear sneakers
and comfortable/athletic clothes
in school colors or uniforms
for this outdoor activity.
Students must bring a signed PERMISSION SLIP to participate
in this event.
In 2011 Sharon High School Student Haley Cremer was one of ten
recipients of the first Norfolk County
Peer Leadership Awards presented
by District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey. Haley was nominated by
SHS for her extraordinary efforts in
bullying prevention and policy change.
Tragically, Haley was killed while
jogging by an unlicensed and reckless driver on Father's Day in June 2014.
The driver of that car was successfully prosecuted by the Norfolk District Attorney's Office and is currently incarcerated.
In an effort to encourage students
to lead like Haley, the Haley Cremer
Do Unto Others Peer Leadership
Award will be presented annually to
a Norfolk County High School student.
For more information
Jennifer Rowe (ADA)
Director, Crime Prevention Unit
Norfolk District Attorney’s Office