These students amazed me with their passion and determination. Stated Cst. Jeff Lance of the Fort St. James Detachment They have created a project that the entire community has embraced and I truly believe they have made a difference.
Many of the students in the Grade 6/7 class at Sowchea School who knew Nolan were all grieving but focused their sadness on making a change and wanted to prevent a tragedy like this from ever happening again. Collectively, the class decided that they needed to do something about the situation. They wanted kids to be safe and decided that they would purchase reflective bracelets for every child in Fort St. James, Nak'azdli, Tl'azten, and Yekoochee First Nations.
RCMP Constable Jeffrey Lance, school liaison officer for Sowchea Elementary School met with the students and supported them in their quest by providing the guidance and steps necessary to set their plan in motion.
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The project also created talk at the Highschool level and the bracelets were introduced to the Fort St. James Secondary School. Highschool students and Elementary students proudly wear their reflectors on their boots, ankles, wrists, arms, hats and backpacks. Regardless if it is for fashion or for safety, students are wearing the Pharrell Williams Nmd Human Race Ebay reflective bracelets and can now be seen by motorists and are safe when following the traffic laws
Four of the students met with Georgina Alexis, Nolan's mom, who lived and worked in the Tl'azten community of Tache. They told her of the Be Seen Be Safe project aimed to educate and promote traffic safety in honour of Nolan's memory. The students returned with an even stronger commitment to their project after hearing Georgina's expression of extreme sadness for the loss of her child and the praise for their project that could prevent another tragedy.
Every parent knows the feeling of helplessness and nausea seeing a child dashing across a roadway full of traffic. November 4, 2011 was such a day for the twin communities of Fort St. James and Nak'azdli First Nation. Nolan Alexis, a grade 6 student at David Hoy Elementary School, was hit and killed by a vehicle as he ran across a dark and busy Highway 27. The tragedy affected Adidas High Tops Lime Green
a number of community service agencies to request letters of support. The Northern Traffic Safety Coordinator for ICBC sent the students a letter of support and provided them with their first forty reflective snap bracelets. After learning about Adidas Energy Boost 2 Running
fund raising techniques the students with the assistance of the Sowchea School Parent Advisory Committee, organized a family movie night which raised nearly $400 towards the purchase of reflective bracelets. Students then sent out business letters promoting their goal and were humbled with the number of donations and letters of support they received. The newspaper provided publicity through articles and advertising space. The local community college, College of New Caledonia Fort St. James assisted by printing all the large posters in colour.
Two thousand of the reflective bracelets were ordered and posters were printed and laminated. The first school to have the Be Seen Be Safe presentation was Eugene Joseph School in Tache, Nolan's home community. Every student was given a reflective bracelet which they accepted with excitement and wore them proudly.
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