Students at Oquirrh Hills Middle School put their creative talents to work hoping to make a difference at school and in their school community. They competed in a contest hosted by School Resource Officer Mike Ashley. The contest was called “Keepin’ it Real” – a part of the DARE program for middle school students. It was a contest where students were asked to create posters representing Pride, Honor and Respect. Officer Ashley said the idea was to encourage students to take pride in their school and community. He hopes it will also inspire students to honor and respect themselves and others in and outside of school. The contest was a huge success and they hope it will keep students involved in growing school and community pride.
Great job to everyone involved!