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FEBRUARY IS TEEN DATING VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH Morris Area Students Stand Up to Dating Abuse Delbarton School student leaders show off their winning campaign slogan on a banner donated by the Randolph Municipal Alliance.
February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM).
Victim blaming and shaming keep the problem hidden. Invite JBWS to speak to your civic, faith based, employee or community group. Camp HOPE involves team building activities, character trait awards, and values-based programming.At the end of the day, students reported that as a result of the youth conference, they felt more confident in their ability to take a leadership role in preventing dating abuse in their school communities.Kareem Brown (l) of Delbarton School is glad he was invited to represent his school and feels it is “important for all boys to talk about this.” His classmate, Jordan Hubbard (r) agrees.“There’s No Excuse for Abuse” is the winning campaign slogan for TDVAM in Morris County. Nearly 200 guests shopped for accessories, apparel, trips, home decor and more at the Autumn Auction for Hope luncheon event.Created by student leaders from Delbarton, the slogan was selected by professionals from Marketsmith at the county-wide Teens for Healthy Relationships Leadership Conference hosted by Randolph High School and sponsored by JBWS last November. The event raised more than ,000 toward the mission of JBWS.
She says she “especially likes the theatrical performances and the opportunity for students from different schools to come together to discuss this important topic.” Samantha Coyle (r), also of Randolph High School, agrees that “this is a topic that needs to be talked about more.” During the afternoon activities, students worked with their classmates and their chaperones to choose and plan two activities to implement in their schools during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month in February 2017.