M-W CARES bricks available for all school buildings

on November 13, 2019

Poster for MW CARES bricksSince the school district’s first M-W CARES Day was held in October 2018, the district has been working to spread the message of Compassion, Acceptance, Respect, Empowerment and Success throughout the Monroe-Woodbury community. This has occurred with our students and staff as the district has implemented a variety of social emotional initiatives, professional development opportunities and curriculum enhancements designed to reach all members of the M-W school family with this important message.

The next M-W CARES Day will be held on October 26, 2020. We are excited to share that all of our schools will be participating in this important event. The district will also be hosting the county-wide kick off for Red Ribbon Week on that day.  Students from throughout Orange County will be visiting the high school, middle school and Central Valley. This event marks the first time a school district will be hosting a multi-building kick off to Red Ribbon Week.   

In an effort to “cement the commitment” of our community to raise awareness of Compassion, Acceptance, Respect, Empowerment and Success, M-W school buildings will feature their very own M-W CARES bricks beginning in 2020. Families, staff, community members, local businesses and other members of the M-W community will now have the opportunity to purchase a personalized brick at the school of their choice. Bricks will be displayed at a designated location at each building.

Personalized bricks will be available for purchase until June 8, 2020. You can order online or print an order form and return it to the building you are purchasing the brick to be displayed. More information can be found on the Brick Ordering Page of the district website. 

Thank you for your continued support of our goal to build a culture of Compassion, Acceptance, Respect, Empowerment and Success in our buildings and beyond. Please reach out to the main office of your child’s school with any questions.

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