What does Lodi Pride mean to you? For some, it is the incredible landscapes, for others it is the small town feel; still for others it is the great school district, silent sports or the great people. Lodi Pride means something different to each of us, but we can each show our pride in our community every day. When we have pride in where we live and in our community, kids grow up in an environment where they feel they can achieve almost anything.
The Lodi Pride campaign is a way for each of us along with community organizations, businesses, and schools can show our Lodi Pride.
- Businesses and organizations can get banners that represent their Lodi Pride by contacting Paula Enger at email@example.com or 608-334-7976
- Individuals can get a Lodi Pride yard sign by stopping by the School District Office and purchasing one from the Lodi Athletic Boosters for $10.00
Lodi Pride Awards
The Lodi Community Action Team recognizes those groups and individuals who exhibit Lodi Pride while caring for the youth in Lodi. Any community member can nominate individuals or organizations who they feel represent the values of Lodi Pride. Pictured below are some of our current and past award winners.
Block Party Wagon
The Lodi Pride Block Party Wagon is free to use by anyone who lives in the School District of Lodi. Host your own block party and get to know your neighbors while you show your Lodi Pride. Everything you need for a party in included in the wagon and you get access to great discounts from local businesses for all your party needs.
The Real Happy Hour
Find out how you can spend quality time with your family while engaging in healthy behaviors. Do you want to spend more time with your family but aren't sure where to start or what to do?
Click here for information about The Real Happy Hour and to access family activity challenge sheets for any season of the year. Make family playtime YOUR Real Happy Hour!
The “Parent Pledge” is a commitment from parents to their child and to other parents. Parents agree that youth will not have access to alcohol or other drugs in their home and they welcome communication with other parents.
The “Parent Pledge” allows parents to network with one another, closing the loopholes that allow youth to access alcohol without parental knowledge. Click here for more information and to take the "Parent Pledge!"
Alcohol Compliance Checks
“Increasing enforcement against retailers who sell to minors can have a substantial effect on alcohol sales to young people. Even moderate increases in enforcement can reduce sales to minors by as much as 35 to 40%, especially when combined with media and other community activities”
Reducing Underage Drinking: A Collective Responsibility, National Research Council Institute of Medicine