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School-Based Prevention Programs
*United Way funded programs, no charge to the schools.

All Prevention programs are scheduled with each school to meet individual needs. All are culturally sensitive and age appropriate.

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Prevention Storytelling - (1st-3rd grade. Maximum 30)
Circle Time (Magic Circle) - (K. Maximum 20)
*Lions Quest - Skills for Growing (2nd grade. Maximum 30)
*Lions Quest - Skills for Growing (4th grade. Maximum 30)
*Lions Quest - Skills for Adolescence (6th grade. Maximum 30)

Conflict Resolution (5th-6th grade. Maximum 30)
*Project Alert (7th-8th grade. Maximum 30)

Peer Resistance/Conflict Resolution - (7th-8th grade. Maximum 30)

Prevention Storytelling - (1st-3rd grade. Maximum 30)

-Five or Six 40 minute sessions
-Children actively involved in stories with role-play, questions and answers, drawings, music, puppets, and rhymes.
-Topics include self esteem, expressing feelings, friendship, peer pressuree, conflict resolution, AOD use, and COA issues.

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Circle Time (Magic Circle) - (K. Maximum 20)

-Five or Ten 30 minute session
-A safe structured atmosphere for students to develop and practice positive social interactions, self-confidence, language, listening, and memory skills through group process.
-Topics include self confidence, positive peer relationships, communication, and personal health, and decision making.

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*Lions Quest - Skills for Growing (2nd grade. Maximum 30)

-Six, Eight or Ten 60 minute sessions
-Students develop skills in cooperation, caring for others, critical thinking, responsible choices and refusal skills.
-Students learn through stories with role-play, music, puppets, art, and group work.

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*Lions Quest - Skills for Growing (4th grade. Maximum 30)

-Six, Eight or Ten 60 minute sessions
-Students develop positive social skills, self-discipline, responsibility, good judgement, and the ability to get along with others and lead healthy, drug-free lives.
-Encourage positive family involvement.
-Topics include community building, listening skills, responsible choices, conflict resolution, and refusal skills.

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*Lions Quest - Skills for Adolescence (6th grade. Maximum 30)

-Six, Eight or Ten 45-60 minutes sessions
-Develop a caring, positive classroom climate where learning is nurtured.
-Provide students with communications tolls to resolve conflicts in fair, nonviolent ways.
-Provide students with specific skills to resist negative peer pressure and alcohol and other drugs, and embrace a healthy lifestyle.

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Conflict Resolution (5th-6th grade. Maximum 30)

-Five 50-60 minute sessions
-Students through a variety of interactive teaching techniques, will understand different points of view, steps to resolve conflict peacefully, communication skills, ways to respond positiviely to anger, and borrowing behaviors.
-Topics include diversity, conflict escalating/de-escalating, problem solving, consequences to negative choices, and mentoring.

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*Project Alert (7th-8th grade. Maximum 30)

-Six, Eight, or Ten 45-60 minute sessions
-Students develop resistance skills of A.T.O.D.
-Topics include refusal skills, internal and overt peer pressure, and normative education.

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Peer Resistance/Conflict Resolution - (7th-8th grade. Maximum 30)

-Three of Five 45 minute sessions
-Provides safe, structures environment for teens to improve peer relations and elarn to apply peacemaking skills.
-Includes experiental activities, team work, discussions.

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