North Hopkins ISD Invites Community To Attend Rachel’s Challenge Event

North Hopkins ISD will be hosting a community event, Rachel’s Challenge presentation, at 6 p.m. August 24, 2022, in the school gym.

“We will have a guest speaker from Rachel’s Challenge here to provide an uplifting and positive message based upon the premise of Rachel’s Challenge. This is open to all members of the North Hopkins ISD community,” notes North Hopkins ISD Superintendent Brian Lowe.

Rachel’s Challenge continues the dream of Rachel Joy Scott, who died in the Columbine School shootings on April 20, 1999. Scott dreamed of changing the world with kindness and compassion, and had already begun doing that at her school, one student and act at a time. That dream didn’t die with her. Her family and friends embraced Rachel’s dream, establishing Rachel’s Challenge, which continues 23 years after her death.

Rachel’s Challenge is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit organization dedicated to creating positive school cultures and ending school violence in all its forms by modeling positive interaction, and inviting people to see themselves and each other differently.

A representative from Rachel’s Challenge will be on hand at the school on next Wednesday night, with a presentation of little things that all can do daily to make the world a better place, as Rachel Joy Scott did and envisioned.

For additional information about the organization and Rachel, visit Rachel’ for additional information about the NHISD Aug. 24 program, contact NHISD.

Rachel’s Challenge flyer
Release from NHISD regarding Rachel’s Challenge

Author: KSST Contributor

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