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Fall River Police, Atlantis Charter School take part in High Five Day

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On Wednesday several officers from the Fall River Police Department teamed up with Atlantis Charter School for a High Five Day event. Coordinated by 4th grade Special Education Teacher, Alison Sheedy and Fall River Police Officer, Joe Reed, it was their fourth High Five Day event the past 2 years, and their first time at the new Atlantis Charter School campus at 991 Jefferson Street.

Officers Joe Reed, Jennifer DeLeon, Alyssa Dailey, Faith Amaral, Chris Gibson, John Aguiar, and Kwin Silva greeted students, from Kindergarten through sixth grade, with high-fives as they arrived at school. This event was part of a continued effort between Atlantis Charter School and the Fall River Police Department to foster community connections in the Greater Fall River Area by promoting positive interactions and building trusting relationships between the students and local police officers.

Photos courtesy of Alison Sheedy

L to R – Officer Kwin Silva, Special Education Teacher Alison Sheedy, Officer Jon Aguiar, Officer Chris Gibson, Officer Alyssa Dailey, Officer Jennifer DeLeon, Site Leader Corrie Marchand and Officer Joe Reed. (Not pictured: Officer Faith Amaral)

 

Steven Formwalt handed out goodie bags to the officers to thank them for their hard work!

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  1. keith Brandis

    May 11, 2018 at 7:26 am

    all school should do this

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