Safe Teen sessions

More than 200 middle-school students in Cranbrook took Safeteen violence prevention and assertiveness workshops last week.

  • Sep. 30, 2013 6:00 p.m.
Ta Da! More than 200 middle-school students in Cranbrook took Safeteen violence prevention and assertiveness workshops last week

Ta Da! More than 200 middle-school students in Cranbrook took Safeteen violence prevention and assertiveness workshops last week

More than 200 middle-school students in Cranbrook took Safeteen violence prevention and assertiveness workshops last week, thanks to funding from the Canadian Mental Health Association. Safeteen facilitators Joëlle Perras (front) and Bill Pozzobon (back) visited Grade 7 classes in both Parkland and Laurie Middle Schools. Based on the work of Anita Roberts, Safeteen has been a resource for school communities in B.C. for more than three decades. Also pictured are Dan van der Walt, Parkland school counseling department, and Carla McDonald, CMHA Administrator of Youth and Children Services.