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KCKPS and Enough is Enough holds Connecting the Community The Dangers of Fentanyl Presentation 


A photo of Captain John Diaz speaking with a microphone in hand.
On Tuesday May 16, staff, students, and community members gathered at Gloria Willis Middle School for a presentation on the Dangers of Fentanyl. Members from the Police and Fire Department joined to spread awareness about the powerful drug. Captain Diaz of the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department lead the presentation with important information many may not know about fentanyl. 
Andy Burris stands in the front of the room and talks to the crowd.
After local law enforcement spoke, Andy Barris took the stage to deliver an emotional presentation. Andy has experienced the dangers of fentanyl first hand as he lost his son to fentanyl earlier this year. 
If you were not able to make it out to this event, please stay connected. The Enough is Enough Initiative and Kansas City, Kansas Public School will be providing more opportunities in the near future for our community to learn about these dangers. 

KCKPS and Enough is Enough Hold Panel Discussion and Resource Fair 

On March 1st, KCKPS, the Enough is Enough initiative and the community teamed up to host a Student Retreat, Panel Discussion, and Community Resource Fair. The event was an opportunity for the community to come together and have an open discussion about mental health and gun violence. Thank you to all of those who attended.