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Roncalli Catholic students share hopeful messages during Suicide Awareness Week

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Noah Johnson

Students gathered outside the front entrance of Roncalli Catholic High School to create encouraging messages and designs as part of Suicide Awareness Week, which coincides with National Suicide Awareness Week from Sept. 4-10.

Roncalli Catholic students spent Thursday afternoon with a piece of chalk in their hands and a hopeful message in their hearts.

Students gathered outside the front entrance of Roncalli Catholic High School to create encouraging messages and designs as part of Suicide Awareness Week, which coincides with National Suicide Awareness Week from Sept. 4-10.

The event was held in conjunction with The Kim Foundation’s “Chalk it Up for More Tomorrows” initiative taking place around the Omaha metro. Friends, families, neighbors and businesses are encouraged to draw or write encouraging messages of hope on driveways, sidewalks or parking lots. You can learn more about The Kim Foundation and “Chalk it Up for More Tomorrows” here.

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