On Monday, Oct. 1, the anti-bullying program, Rachel's Challenge will take place at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School.
Rachel's Challenge is a program dedicated to making a safer learning environment for students.
The program was created by Rachel Joy Scott's father and step-mother who lost Rachel as the first victim of the Columbine Shooting. Rachel was 17 at the time of her death.
She left behind several journals describing her idea for a better world that is now shared with millions of students, including those of Scotch Plains-Fanwood this Monday.
The event will be held at the high school beginning at 7p.m. Students are admitted for free(grades 7-12), while parents pay $2. Babysitting is also available for younger children.
To reserve your seat and to hold a babysitting spot, email Marci Bowman at firstname.lastname@example.org
According to the ticker on the Rachel's Challenge website, so far her message has reached 18,202,301 people.
To learn more about Rachel Joy Scott and Rachel's Challenge visit rachelschallenge.org
For more information on Monday's program contact Cailin Taggart at email@example.com.