According to usatoday.com, Red Nose Day aims to end child poverty by raising money and awareness for kids in the U.S. and around the world. This day was launched in the U.S. in 2015 and has reportedly raised $60 million that has benefited children in each of the 50 states. You may have seen the movie Love Actually, written and directed by Richard Curtis in 2003, in which the cast donned the giant, red, round nose (usatoday.com).
Phyllis Rice, bus driver for Portsmouth West School District, handed out red noses to each of her students that boarded the bus today, May 25, in Honor of Red Nose Day. Thank-you Phyllis for bringing joy to our students and bringing awareness to this important cause. We have the best bus drivers!
Photo by Carolyn Callihan