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Conversation-starter with Jaime Alvis, school counselor

When I started my time at Responsibility.org, I was working in the traffic safety department and was torn as to how I wanted to continue my career. All I knew was that I wanted to follow the motto: Do what you love, love what you do. From a young age, all...

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Classroom Champions CEO Steve Mesler Talks about his Education Community

What is a partner? To me, it’s the winning combination of mutual care and a shared goal that brought my team and I Olympic gold in bobsledding. It’s our team of experts helping to lift Classroom Champions to new heights. It’s the collection of teachers, administrators, athlete mentors, families –...

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My Life Suckers on New Year’s Resolutions

Oh, the New Year’s resolution. It starts as an innocent idea. One that manifests itself out of the “would’ve, could’ve, and should’ves” of the year that passed. It’s an idea that in theory should make you into a better mom, husband, parent, teacher, wife, friend, sister, brother (you get the idea). But then...

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We’ve Launched New, Digital Resources!

TODAY we’re launching a new, cutting-edge, digital program for teachers, parents, school counselors, nurses, and more! This comprehensive, seven-part animated series and corresponding lesson plans are designed to teach kids about what the brain does, what alcohol does to it, and what THAT does to them. From 2003 to 2015,...

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Once you’re a parent, everything changes…

Responsibility.org is talking with people around the country about how Responsibility #StartsWithMe. This idea that responsibility starts with the individual is an important one. It shows that you have the power to positively influence those around you. Responsibility.org spoke with Danielle, a mom who knows she has the power to...

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A Healthy Summer Snack for the Family!

Need some inspiration for a fun, healthy snack to make with the family this summer? Here’s our tutorial for a fun kitchen experience the entire family can enjoy! Here’s what you need: Waffle Kiwi Berries String Cheese Blueberries Strawberries  

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April is Alcohol Responsibility Month

Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix is the longest-standing and most wide-spread program of the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org). Having reached 21 million parents, teachers and kids since its inception in 2004 in six countries, including the US.  An apple a day keeps the doctor away… right?...

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Ask, Listen, Learn Goes Global!

Summer is already underway and we hope you’re enjoying it on a sandy beach or out in the sunshine. We hope that it’s spent healthily, happily and, most importantly, with family and friends. As for us? We’re taking a breather from putting our toes in the sand. We spent this...

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Meet Our Superstar Christian Taylor!

This model athlete had his eye on the prize since day one! Our new Superstar Christian Taylor, 2011 World Champion and 2012 Olympic Champion, was featured in our Scholastic materials with his fellow Classroom Champions Athlete Mentors April Holmes and Taylor Ritzel! Born in Florida but having traveled the world...

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Google Hangout with Kids in the House!

With April being Alcohol Responsibility Month, what better way to have a conversation about alcohol responsibility than with a live Q & A Google Hangout hosted by Kids In the House? Moderated by their CEO Leana Greene, the half-hour lightning round featured our President and CEO Ralph Blackman, National Advisory...

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