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Aim for Success Parent Information Meeting

You are Encouraged to Attend the Parent Program

Location: SISD Red Brick Building – 901 NE 6th Street
Date: February 1, 2016
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM

The Parent Program will provide a preview of the student program and equip you with creative ideas to help your child avoid sexual activity until marriage.

Come find out …

The three sentences that will have a profound impact on the outcome of your child’s life.

The two things you should already be doing to prepare your child for dating. It’s not too late to start.

Achieve Success will be presented to the students on: 2/2/2016
A parent meeting for Aim for Success will be presented on February 1, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the Auditorium at the Red Brick Building at 901 NE 6th Street. Parents, staff and community members are welcome to attend. Aim for Success will be presented to grades 6-12 on February 2, 2016.

Aim For Success, Inc. will present their nationally acclaimed Achieve Success program to the students and parents of Smithville Independent School District. The Aim For Success motivational programs have educated over two million teens, parents and educators across America since 1993 on topics such as abstinence education, drug prevention and anti-bullying.

Achieve Success briefly outlines the problems of teen pregnancies and STDs, and then it addresses the issues of how to successfully live the abstinent lifestyle. This includes controlling sexual excitement, defining true love, understanding emotional scars and dealing with peer pressure, the media and pornography. Students will learn that avoiding sexual activity until marriage provides FREEDOM from pregnancies and STDs which gives them the FREEDOM to fulfill their dreams and goals!

The Parent Program is a preview of the student presentation where parents will learn creative ways to talk about sex with their children and encourage them to avoid sexual activity until marriage. “This is a must see event for anyone concerned about the problems associated with teen sexual activity,” said Marilyn Morris, President of Aim for Success.
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