As your family prepares for a new school year, the Ask, Listen, Learn team wants you to feel prepared to have conversations about healthy behaviors with your kids. We queried Responsibility.org’s Educational Advisory Board and asked them for their tips on starting conversations with kids about health and wellbeing and of course, prevention education.
Summer has arrived at last! As part of our 20th anniversary celebration, we want to challenge you to #Take20withKids while school is out!
The end of another school year is almost here! You’ve been having conversations with your children and modeling good choices to empower them to say “YES” to a healthy lifestyle and “NO” to underage drinking. While we have a lot to celebrate this school year, our work is not done yet!
Talking to your kids about family values, expectations, and being mindful and balanced before, during, and even after holiday events are both important and valuable.
It’s time to welcome students back to school! These are exciting times! A new school year is a FRESH START for everyone, but especially kids—a blank slate to define who they are and to set goals for this new chapter. Some kids may be making the transition from elementary to middle, which can be a big step. All kids will be making new friends and connecting with peers they haven’t seen all summer, allowing for new experiences, opportunities, and choices.
In response to requests from educators, these new online assessments enable you to measure your students’ knowledge before and after engaging with the Ask, Listen, Learn program by having students complete a pre-test and a post-test.
Over the last year, educators like you have risen to the occasion again and again, keeping kids healthy, safe and engaged. This year for Teacher Appreciation Week—just like in years past—we want to say two simple words: THANK YOU! Whether you are teaching in person, virtually, or in combination, you are inspiring your students to excel while keeping...