LUDLOW PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

​    2018 - 2019 Calendar 

MICHAEL J. DIAS FOUNDATION 

Baird Middle School students along with school staff and advisors have begun a Baird CARES group.  


                 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 

LOCAL WEBSITE RESOURCE INFORMATION:

PROJECT PURPLE CLUB 

 Baird Middle School 

BULLYING PREVENTION:  

Ludlow Public Schools Information 

RESOURCES:  

             TOWN OF LUDLOW 

LUDLOW PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Contact Information:  

DOMESTIC ABUSE/VIOLENCE INFORMATION 

SEXUAL ABUSE INFORMATION:
(PDF Printable Information)  

TOWN OF LUDLOW - POLICE DEPARTMENT

​DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE INFORMATION

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

PARTNERSHIP FOR DRUG-FREE KIDS

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.

The following links are provided by the Ludlow CARES Coalition for informational, educational and contact purposes. If you or a loved one suffers from a substance use disorder or other addictions we urge you to seek help.  
We have provided contact information for many local agencies.

In the event of a real emergency situation we ask that you call 911 for immediate assistance.