Red Nose Day Celebrated Around the District

Red Nose Day Celebrated Around the District
Posted on 05/29/2019
For the second year in a row, the Montclair Public Schools participated in Red Nose Day activities in support of the campaign designed to bring people together to raise awareness and help end childhood poverty. On Thurs., May 23, schools around the district discussed the issue of child poverty, students and staff wore red (and red noses!), enjoyed games, designed posters and collected donations for the cause.

Bradford Kindergarteners in Ellen Cahill’s class held a “JokeHAthon.” Parents in attendance made donations (and cheered) each time a student took the microphone and told a hilarious joke. (pictured below)

kindergarten classroom

At Charles H. Bullock, students got red noses “painted” on at recess by Principal Nami Kuwaraba and student volunteers. (pictured below)

painting red noses on students

Hillside decorated the grounds with red noses in support.

red noses outside of Hillside

Buzz Aldrin sold red noses for $1 each and had a “Guess How Many Noses are in the Jar” table. The school raised $134.16.

See the list of other activities that took place throughout the district. 

Red Nose Day’s mission is to end child poverty by funding programs that keep children safe, healthy, and educated. On the national level, through the power of entertainment, Red Nose Day brings people together to laugh and have fun, all while raising life-changing cash for the children who need it the most. Since its debut in 2015, the campaign has raised nearly $150 million and have positively impacted over 16 million children in America, and around the world.
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