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By Community Editor
Courtesy of Park District of Forest Park
Students Against Violent Encounters (S.A.V.E) is a two session bullying prevention and conflict resolution program for students in grades 1-4. In this program children learn to identify bullying behavior, understand why some children bully and different ways to deal with bullies in a non-violent manner. This is a free program brought to you by the Forest Park Community Education Council and the Park District of Forest Park. Registration is not required. Parents are free to stay and learn with their child. Tuesday, Jan. 22 and Thursday, Jan. 24, 1st and 2nd Graders– 4:00- 4:30p.m. 3rd and 4th Graders– 4:30-5:00p.m. at the Park District of Forest Park Building 4 (behind the tennis courts). For more information call Rachel Entler, 708-366-7500 x 17.
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