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SADD students from CATA bring ‘spring fun’ to Wolfe School

Sheklia Chambers, a senior at Wolfe School, (second from left) and Annie Usher, a junior at Wolfe School, (second from right) compare their favorite colors of plastic eggs during an egg hunt at Wolfe School, held recently by SADD students from CATA. Also pictured, at left, is Chasity Chambers; Tylece Watson, 17, center; and Shay Ivey, at right, all three juniors from CATA.

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) from CATA continued their annual tradition of bringing some spring fun to students at Wolfe School.

Students had the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful spring day hunting for colorful plastic eggs that had been hidden by the SADD students from Central Academy of Technology and Arts (CATA).

Wolfe principal Mary Jo Breckenridge said that partnering with the students from CATA helps the Wolfe students with social communication and social skills, and it gives them the opportunity to enjoy time with other high school students.

Firefighters with Monroe City Fire Department were also on hand to share fire safety information with Wolfe students and allowed them to sit on the fire truck.

This is the third year that CATA's SADD students have held the egg hunt for Wolfe students.


Written by: Deb Coates Bledsoe, UCPS Communications Coordinator
Posted: Apr 21, 2011 by Deb Coates Bledsoe

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