Spreading  the iKind message:
October is Bullying Prevention Month

The Town of Moraga, The Moraga School District and the Acalanes Union High School District have issued Proclamations and Resolutions supporting October as Bullying Prevention month.

Moraga School Board with Resolution naming October as Bullying Prevention Month


Free Community Workshop
Stop Bullying (and Harassment) Now
October 24, 2018  7PM
JMIS Library



We will discuss the differences between bullying and other forms of peer harassment and suggest methods that adults can use to help.

We will also talk about the importance of creating a welcoming and safe environment for everyone.

Parents, high school students, scout and youth group leaders, service group leaders, coaches, and civic and religious leaders are welcome to come and share their insights.

Presenter: Wendell Baker


Free Community Workshop
Keep'n Kids Safe
November 1, 2018  7PM
JMIS Theater



Moraga Police Chief Jon King and Moraga Unified School District Superintendent Bruce Burns will talk about protecting students at school and at home.  Information about Local Ordinances will be shared, including the new gun safety ordinance.  They will also discuss protecting children from cyberbullying, bullying and harassment.
There will be an opportunity for the audience to participate in the discussion.


Free Community Screenings
The Race to Nowhere
November 7,  2018   7PM
JMIS Theater


Race to Nowhere - Trailer
Race to Nowhere - Trailer


Featuring the heartbreaking stories of students across the country who have been pushed to the brink by over-scheduling, over-testing and the relentless pressure to achieve, 'Race to Nowhere' points to a silent epidemic in our schools.

Followed by a Student Panel Discussion
and ice cream


Free Community Program
Introduction to Courageous Conversations About Race
November 29, 2018  7PM
Campolindo Performing Arts Center


An Introduction to Courageous Conversation About Raceā„¢:  A Protocol to Engage with Students and Families around Race

Why Examine and Address Race? Race matters-in society and in our schools. It is critical for educators to address racial issues in order to uncover personal and institutional biases that prevent all students, and especially students of color, from reaching their fullest potential. COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONā„¢ serves as the essential strategy for school systems, organizations, students, parents and community leaders to address racial disparities through safe, authentic and effective cross-racial dialogue.


 

and Please Join Us For the
Jeanette Fritzky Tribute Walk
benefiting The American Cancer Society
October 27, 2018  12:00 to 3:00PM
Moraga Commons Park





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For more information or materials please contact:  
Moraga iKind Project | w endell@able-baker.com | 1070 Larch Ave. Moraga, CA
www.moragaikind.org