The seven sessions, which meet on Wednesday evenings during January, February and March, are facilitated by high school students who entered the program in middle school and remained involved for the succeeding years.
The S.T.O.P. sessions include presentations, games and activities that are designed to be fun for the participants and help them understand issues that are often complex. The high school facilitators help the adult leaders decide which activities will be most engaging for the students.
Families who are interested in having their sixth, seventh or eighth grader participate this year should contact S.T.O.P. at email@example.com or check the website at www.stoptheprejudice.net for more information or a registration form. News Article