Catskill offers a community presentation featuring Officer Tommy Norman

Tommy Norman

CATSKILL — The Catskill Central School District presents an evening with social media legend Officer Tommy Norman at 6 p.m. Sept. 24 in the Catskill High School auditorium. This community event is free and open to residents of the Catskill Central School District. Registration is required.

Officer Norman is a police officer from North Little Rock, Arkansas whose efforts to build bridges with people from all walks of life, particularly the youth of his community, have brought national attention to community policing and earned him millions of followers on social media. By promoting positive relationships between school, community and law enforcement, Officer Norman has changed the lives of many for the better and shown that love truly can overcome hate. Find him on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, and other platforms to learn more.

Register for this event at Due to COVID-19 precautions, registration is limited to groups of four or less. Bring your registration confirmation with you in order to be admitted. Attendance will be capped at 250 persons. All attendees are required to wear masks at all times regardless of vaccination status.

Officer Norman will also be leading programs for Catskill students and staff during the school day on Sept. 24. His visit to Catskill Central Schools and his presentation to the larger community are made possible through the support of the Catskill Education Foundation.

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