The idea of the yellow ribbon to show support for deployed loved ones dates back as far as the English Wars of the 1600’s. The yellow ribbon became a familiar symbol during troubled times in the United States. During the first Gulf War, then Afghanistan in 2001, Iraq in 2003 and now during very difficult times. It is a reminder to pause and remember this person, their families and the many sacrifices they make.
Please call Jennifer Weldon at the School or at 451-4210 to make arrangements. The yellow ribbons are displayed proudly on our school campus. We love to see the ribbon removed as it means the family is reunited and home in America. Thank you for your service!