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Challenge Day aims to end teasing, violence in schools

South Tahoe Middle School and South Tahoe High School will sponsor their annual Challenge Day programs from 8:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 1 and 2 at the Al Tahoe Elementary School gym.

The Challenge Day program is a one-day workshop, which helps people change the way we look at each other. The purpose of the program is to help stop the daily teasing, violence and alienation that occurs at school. The program uses a variety of leadership activities, games and presentations to help break the barriers that often separate and divide people into groups.

The programs are in need of parents and students who would like to attend. No prior training is required – just an interest in helping to make a difference.



For more information, contact Jeannie Payne at STHS (530) 541-4111 or Larry Lambdin at STMS (530) 541-6404, ext. 219.


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