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RareDisease Day Speaker
During the weeks around
14 Jan 2020 - 06 Mar 2020 Several
Perthes Kids Rare Art Contest
We will be having our
01 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020
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Rare Disease Day Virtual
Join us for the 5th
01 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020
Beyond the Diagnosis art
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03 Feb 2020 - 30 Mar 2020 Cambridge
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Rare Disease Family Night
The Rare Disease Family
04 Feb 2020 Paterson, NJ
$29 on the 29th
Little Zebra Fund is
15 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020 Nationwide
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Empowered #patientchat
You’re invited! Join
21 Feb 2020
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Rare Disease Day Educational
ObjectivesTheme "Re-think,
21 Feb 2020
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Second Annual World Rare
Join the Rare and Undiagnosed
22 Feb 2020 Charlotte, NC
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Alabama Rare Disease Symposium
Join us for the 3rd
22 Feb 2020 Birmingham
SEE RARE RUN Virtual Race
SEE RARE RUN is hosting
23 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020
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Urgent Help for Rare Disease
For International Rare
24 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020 Boston
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Rare Disease Research at
Stop by the Yale New
26 Feb 2020 New Haven
NYPD Rare Disease Day
The NYC Police Department
27 Feb 2020 New York City, NY
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Rare Disease Day at Metropolitan
The division of genetics
27 Feb 2020 New York City
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Soft Bones Southwest Patient
The Phoenix Southwest
27 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020 Gilbert, Phoenix
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UPMC Children's Rare Disease
We will have a table
27 Feb 2020 Pittsburgh
KY Rare Disease Day 2020
We will have refreshments
27 Feb 2020 Frankfort
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Rare Disease Day Symposium
Since 2015, the Frank
28 Feb 2020 North Haven, CT
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Rare Disease Day 2020
The UNC Catalyst for
28 Feb 2020 Chapel Hill
Focus on Rare Disease:
Marking International
28 Feb 2020 Cambridge
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Rare Disease Day at NIH
Each year, NCATS and
28 Feb 2020 Bethesda
RARE DISEASE DAY CELEBRATION
RARE DISEASE DAY CELEBRATIONPlease
28 Feb 2020 Austin
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Rare Disease Day 2020!
Join us to celebrate
28 Feb 2020 Gainesville
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RMS Rare Disease Day Fun
Robious Middle School
28 Feb 2020 Midlothian
Race for Ryland
Lace up your shoes
29 Feb 2020 San Antonio
2020 Vegas Cares About
Registration is open
29 Feb 2020 Henderson
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Leap for a Cure
Join RSDSA for a mini-winter
29 Feb 2020 South Haven, MI
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Rare Disease Day Symposium
One in 10 people in
29 Feb 2020 Grand Rapids
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Rare Disease Day San Jose
Please join us as we
29 Feb 2020 San Jose
On line Kallmann Syndrome
On line meeting hosted
29 Feb 2020
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Rock Your Rare Disease
This is a benefit concert,
29 Feb 2020 Jeffersonville
LA Clippers NBA Game Event
NORD and California
01 Mar 2020 Los Angeles
Topgolf Tournament for
Join us for a great
01 Mar 2020 Columbus
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Northern Middle School

Color Wars for Rare at Northern Middle School for Rare Disease Day

Student Body President Emma Southard, with the Student Government Association (SGA), will lead students and faculty members in a “Color Wars for Rare.”

6th grade students are challenged to wear neon colors to honor the Rare Disease Day logo.
7th grade students are challenged to wear orange and blue to honor the logo colors of the official Rare Disease Day US sponsor, NORD.
8th grade students are challenged to wear black and white to represent the rare disease mascot, the zebra.
Faculty members are challenged to wear colors associated with the grade they serve.

With wide support from faculty members, on Friday, February 21, Emma will be giving speeches to the student body throughout lunch periods to explain rare disease facts and the importance of Rare Disease Day. Teachers will receive rare disease fact sheets, information on resources, and how to get involved with advocacy efforts through NORD’s Maryland Rare Action Network. Northern Middle School, faculty members, and students with social media access will be encouraged to share pictures and take part in NORD’s #ShowYourStripes campaign.

This challenge has been issued statewide to all Maryland Student Government members, including Governor appointed leader and Maryland Department of Education member.

Disclaimer:
Event/activity has been approved by required administration.
Students without parental consent will not appear in publicly displayed photos – according to WCPS policies.


http://wcpsmd.com/schools/middle-schools/northern-middle

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