Healthy Tri-Town Coalition Meetings take place on Tuesdays from 9-10 a.m. in the Superintendent's Large Conference Room. All are welcome to attend. The next date is TBS. Check our Facebook page for upcoming events.
Our mission is to provide tri-town families with a foundation for lifelong health & wellness through collaboration with all community members.
The Healthy Tri-Town Coalition was initially formed in response to the 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey Data which identified several areas of concern among the surveyed students: 1) Substance Abuse/Mental Health, 2) Community Concerns, 3) Healthy & Safe Relationships. Our goal is to prevent health crises through outreach to our youth and for all community members. The resources on this website have been selected and tested by our web development team to offer a variety of opportunities for connection and support. If you would like to join our coalition, please contact Douglas White, Jr, Ed.D: email@example.com
In a Team Presentation entitled, "Rape Culture," a group of grade 11 students collaborated to create a performance and data graphics showing how victims of sexual harassment and violence are sometimes blamed for what has happened to them. Their dramatization illustrates the problem: those who have been violated are commonly stigmatized, doubted, ridiculed and viewed as somehow being responsible for the trauma they've suffered. 2017-18 was the first year that an AP Seminar class is been offered at ORHS and is taught by English Language Arts teacher, Megan Hall. Ms. Hall is a MASScue Conference presenter, Google Suite Trainer and teacher-leader who has infused the curriculum with her typically energetic approach and emphasis on student leadership. // 11 min / 12 sec // Posted 01/09/18
The Communities That Care Survey for 2016-17 // See the report here / Introductory Letter