Managing Risks and Building Resilience- Parent Forum:Last Spring students in grades 6-11 participated in the Youth Risk Behavior Survey. This tool is given to middle and high school students throughout the nation to look at the trends of high risk behaviors in our youth. On Tuesday, November 1, 2016, at 6 p.m., the Swampscott Schools Mental Health Task Force will be hosting a forum to discuss the outcomes of the survey given here last Spring. What are our students telling us? What can the community do together to help prevent some of these issues? This evening will be an opportunity for parents and community members to learn more about the challenges our youth are facing and how we can work together to help. Please join us at Swampscott High School on November 1 at 6 p.m. Parents of all Swampscott students are welcome. Your input can make a difference!
Student volunteers needed - The Big Blue Crew (a youth volunteer group) is looking for students to help out at the Harvest Festival, which is being hosted by For the Love of Swampscott, on October 30th. The volunteers would work in the haunted house, and at the crafts and games tables. This is a great opportunity to earn community service hours. Please see Mr. Murphy in the main office for more information.
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