The purpose of the project is to raise awareness of bullying and help stomp it out. Students will create, write, script, direct, act, produce, and film a public service announcement for the world to see. The culmination event is held at the Numerica Performing Arts Center with a lot of press. *The Numerica Performing Arts Center has donated the time and the space for the event going on six years! A big thank you to Matt Cadman and his team at the PAC.
To find out more you can check out the non-profit web site "The Don't Wait Project"
We will be bringing back the program again in 2017-2018. If you would like to participate with this outstanding program, during October, please use the participation application form to indicate your interest. School district and foundation personnel will choose the best fit classes for the program. All 4th-12th grade classrooms are eligible to participate. Consideration will be given to new participants first.
Hall of Fame from Previous Students
- Lincoln Elementary - Mrs. Guerrero - https://youtu.be/AdiDKzL6C2E
BTS - https://youtu.be/-w2V-17SX-U
- Newbery Elementary - Mr. Schott - https://youtu.be/LuUL1FyusjI
BTS - https://youtu.be/61-ee1BpuZk
- Valley Academy - Ms. Pease - https://youtu.be/fsZEJyDyOd4
BTS - https://youtu.be/-EynheMDiVo
- Abraham Lincoln Elementary - Mrs. Nicpan-Brown - http://youtu.be/maCOKgGH-XY
BTS - http://youtu.be/wV8pxre8NEw
- Orchard Middle - Mrs. Wulf - http://youtu.be/JnWynYqnQ6E
BTS - http://youtu.be/5XERqLKROoI
- Pioneer Middle - Mrs. Dieringer - http://youtu.be/29YpwR4IRBw
BTS - http://youtu.be/NwqKw1axVbc
- Lincoln Elementary - Mr. Parr - "Ways to Stop the Teasing"
- Foothills Middle School - Mrs. Sutton - "Whose Words Matter?"
- Wenatchee High School - Mrs. Prater - "I'll Tell Every1"