Student Peace Advocates
Creating World Peace, One School at a Time.
September 11, 2002
Recognition and Remembrance Assembly
Welcome / Opening Address / Introductions
Alex Marine, AMS Student
-Recognition of Heroes and Victims
-Introduction and Entrance of Canby Police and Firefighters
National Moment of Silence Lou Bailey, AMS Principal
Open the assembly with the National Anthem
-played by the Ackerman Middle School Band
-Color Guard provided by the United States Army
Police Heroes / Memories of the World Trade Center Ken Pagano, Canby Chief of Police
Firefighters as Heroes Ted Kunze, Canby Fire Chief
Military as Heroes Scott Wiesehan, Major, US Army Reserve
Educators as Heroes Susan Castillo, State Supt. of Public Instruction
The Role of Students Adrian Montoya, AMS Peace Prize Recipient
Musical Performance AMS Band
The World Trade Center Comes to AMS
Will Greenleaf, AMS Teacher
-Video / Slideshow Presentation
Congratulations to AMS Students Darlene Hooley, Representative, US Congress
Presentation of World Trade Center Relic
Honor Guard of Canby Police and Firefighters,
escorted by AMS Students
Dedication of the AMS Peace Garden Lou Bailey, AMS Principal
Thank You / Closing Remarks
Deborah Sommer, Supt. of Canby Schools
Invited guests are asked to join Ackerman Middle School
students for a reception after the assembly.
Guests may also be invited to join teachers and students in homeroom classes to discuss their reflections
of the assembly and September 11.
An Open House of the Ackerman Peace Garden was held on September 11, 2002. The AMS Peace Garden is open to the public. People are invited to visitand pay their respects to the World Trade Center Relic.
here to read the text of Adrian Montoya's September 11 speech.
Click here to read Jon Bell's article from the Canby Herald.
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