Do your students know what to expect from “dating” partners? Have you discussed with them the characteristics of healthy dating relationships? While it is easy to make light of adolescent boyfriend/girlfriend relationships, it may be a risky notion; as statistics show that one in three teens experience an abusive dating relationship prior to high school graduation.
Save the date, and encourage teachers and administrators on PBIS teams to attend. This is a great opportunity to get training from one of the best PBIS trainers in the country.
Applications are now being accepted for scholarships that help students from underperforming public schools or those with special needs attend participating private schools.
February is known as the month of love. With that in mind, Know! focuses back-to-back Parent Tips on adolescent “love” relationships.
When it comes to drugs and drug abuse, youth receive an abundance of misinformation from television, the internet, movies, music and peers. That’s why January 27th through February 2nd is being honored as National Drug Facts Week; a health observance for teens that aims to shatter the myths and share the truth about drugs and what they can do to one’s brain, body and behavior.