LUDLOW PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

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MICHAEL J. DIAS FOUNDATION 

Baird Middle School students along with teacher Deb Casagrande have begun a Project Purple group.  

Project Purple was inspired to make a difference among adolescents across the United States.  


What will we do?
Promote a Drug- Free lifestyle
Run Project Purple Fun Days and Events
Create PSA's and Posters
Educate younger students about a drug-free lifestyle
Create Project Purple wear & ask for donations so we can purchase Project Purple Items

When will we meet?
First and Third Wednesday of the month from 2:00-3:00. This is A.S. and a half hour after school. If you can stay the whole time, GREAT!!! If not, join us when you can. Please see the specific dates for our meetings.

          FUTURE MEETINGS:  PENDING 

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SEXUAL ABUSE INFORMATION:
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Bullying is a very serious issue that requires our attention. If you or someone you know is experiencing a bullying issue at school, please call: 413-583-8372 (Select 0). When reporting an incident; please be specific and leave a detailed message regarding your concerns. Leave your name and contact information.  

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NETWORK & CRISIS SERVICE

The Michael J. Dias Foundation consists of volunteers committed to helping individuals and their families; and supports the goal of a drug-free community.  


The mission of the Foundation is to battle the disease of addiction and make a difference in the lives of teens and adults with substance abuse problems.

PROJECT PURPLE CLUB 

 Baird Middle School 

BULLYING PREVENTION:  

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DOMESTIC ABUSE/VIOLENCE INFORMATION 

​DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE INFORMATION

PARTNERSHIP FOR DRUG-FREE KIDS

CARES MISSION STATEMENT:  

Ludlow CARES Coalition is a diverse community-wide organization united in providing opportunities to create a healthy environment that allows our youth to be successful.  
CARES encourages the community to become members and get involved. Meetings are the 1st Wednesday of every month and are held at the Paul R. Baird Middle School Library, One Rooney Road, Ludlow MA.  ​​
CARES aims to promote good character and healthy choices ​​​​​while minimizing destructive behaviors such as the illegal use of drugs and alcohol.  We encourage all residents to take responsibility for the success of our youth and town.