Snowflake is a program designed to keep healthy kids healthy. This year we will meet at Middle School South, on Friday, Oct. 17th, students at 2:15-10:00 pm., and parents from 7:15-10:00 pm. Operation Snowflake seeks to bring together middle school youth, community professionals, and other caring adults to develop a trusting relationship and provide a framework of understanding of oneself and of others. The program also strives to teach youth valuable skills that develop healthy peer relationships, promote responsible decision-making, and resist negative peer pressure. You can find full information as well as registration forms here: 2014 Snowflake Info
Parents, you and your child will be given the opportunity to take part in an exciting program: Snowflake 2013, held by Oak Grove and Hawthorn Schools. Snowflake is a prevention program, which addresses a broad range of young adolescent concerns and encourages school, family, and community involvement. It is based on the belief that providing young people with factual information, as well as opportunities for self-understanding, increases their chances for productive interaction with life. Snowflake is a “feel good” day and is designed to keep healthy kids healthy.
SNOWFLAKE 2013 is a Friday evening event held this year at Oak Grove School. It will be held October 25 from 2:15 – 10:00 for students and from 7:15 – 10:00 for parents. Students will be bused to Oak Grove from Hawthorn at 2:30. Students will need a ride home at the end of the night. Dinner and snacks will be provided for students.
You will find all the information you need here: