What: LAPD launches new school year “Just Say No” rallies! 465 students at inner city elementary school will be impacted.
When: Monday, September 17, 2018 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Where: 112th Street Elementary School 1265 East 112th Street Los Angeles, CA 90059
Who: Los Angeles Police Department Officers 465 students, teachers, and staff
Why: The Los Angeles Police Department presents, the state’s most impactive, interactive, and life changing youth programs out there! The 112th Street Elementary School’s teaching staff had their 465 students write pledges about the importance of saying no to drugs, gangs, crime, and bullying. LAPD is responding with their one of a kind “Just Say No School Rally!” There will be anti-drug, gangs, crime, and bullying demonstrations, as well as discussions, prize drawings, hula hoop, music, dance, and rap contests. LAPD Officers will DJ and do rap performances. LAPD requires all students to write and submit a pledge before a rally is scheduled. There are 8 more Just Say No Rallies at L.A. elementary schools across the city through November. Over 5,000 elementary students will be positively impacted with these rallies.
Contact: For more information about the program, contact LAPD Officer Michael J. Scott at (818) 912-0561 or email email@example.com . You can also visit the website; www.lapdbaseballteam.com.