The Campaign invites Maryland schools to participate by becoming a School Champion.  Schools can participate by designating someone to be a School Champion Coordinator or Team.  The School Champion Coordinator is responsible for organizing at least one awareness raising or educational event for your school during or around Awareness Week, May 3-9, 2020.

After signing up, the Coordinator will be redirected to a confirmation page with links to important 2020 Champion Materials to help begin planning for Awareness Week. In April, Awareness Kits will be delivered to your designated pickup locations, which include physical items that can be used to help you share the message of the Campaign with students, staff and families in your school.

If you would like to order Spanish materials, please use our Publication order form or many of our items are available digitally for download.

In 2020, join our efforts to raise awareness and reach more students – helping us to make this year the most successful yet!

School Champions - Click here to sign up!

For more information or questions about School Champions, please contact Tiffany Thomas at, (443) 901-1550, x234

2020 School Champions

Charles Carroll Barrister Elementary #34

Joppa View Elementary

Middlesex Elementary

Milbrook Elementary

Mount de Sales Academy

Office of Home & Hospital

Riderwood Elementary

Patuxent Appeal Campus

Cranberry Station Elementary

East Middle

Eldersburg Elementary

Hampstead Elementary

North Carroll Middle

Oklahoma Road Middle

Parr's Ridge Elementary

Robert Moton Elementary

Shiloh Middle

Taneytown Elementary

West Middle

Westminster Elementary

Lewistown Elementary

St. Margaret School

Cradlerock Elementary

Linwood School

Pointers Run Elementary

Thunder Hill Elementary

The Pathways Schools

Bethesda Country Day School

G. James Gholson Middle

Wyngate Elementary

Yorktown Elementary

Church Hill Elementary

Kennard Elementary

Clear Spring Middle

Glen Avenue Elementary

Pinehurst Elementary