Students, staff and community partners gathered on Monday, November 25 to dedicate the #NoHate Heart to the Ferndale High School Student Commons. Ferndale High School is honored to be able to provide a temporary home to the Heart and we are using its time in our district as an opportunity to further our commitment to ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for all students.
In the Ferndale School District, we believe all students have the right to learn in an environment free of bullying, harassment and violence. We are working with student leaders to design a curriculum that supports continued education and ongoing efforts in this area.
Many thanks to our friends and partners who joined us for the dedication. Superintendent Dr. Linda Quinn, FHS Co-Principal David Rodriguez, FHS students Addi Ericksen and Hope Jose-Day, Lummi Nation Education Director Bernie Thomas, FHS Lummi Language and Oksale Leadership teacher Smak i’ ya and School Board member Lee Anne Riddle each gave remarks during the dedication.