Our mission and objective is to assist our youth in becoming productive, self-sufficient active citizens in our society. In order to do this, we work together with positive individuals to help them develop the neccessary skills by enhancing positive social behavior, increasing their self-worth and self-esteem, eliminating negative behavior and empowering them with information in the following areas:
Note-taking is a skill that can help you do well on all your schoolwork — everything from taking tests to researching a paper. But unfortunately, most schools don't have classes that teach you how to take notes. So here are some tips...
Be Active and Play
(Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Despite the many health benefits associated with regular physical activity, many children and adolescents do not participate in physical activity for 60 minutes or more each day. To promote the guidelines and support youth physical activity, CDC and several partner organizations developed the Youth Physical Activity Guidelines Toolkit, which highlights strategies that schools, families, and communities can use to support youth...
Money Management for Teens
(Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
Do you want to find ways to stretch your money, so it goes farther and is there when you really need it? Here are some suggestions for knowing how much money you have, how much you need for expenditures, and how to reach your goals by cutting back on what you spend...
We all have a mental picture of who we are, how we look, what we're good at, and what our weaknesses might be. We develop this picture over time, starting when we're very young. The term self-image is used to refer to a person's mental picture of himself or herself. A lot of our self-image is based on interactions we have with other people and our life experiences. This mental picture (our self-image) contributes to our self-esteem...