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22
Aug

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Back to School

Back to School

 Cocoa the Power Up! dog is ready for school! Power Up, Speak Out! enjoyed a full, fun, and friend-filled summer. We camped in Yellowstone with middle schoolers, gained a new staff member (hip hip hurray for Sam!), developed a second set of 5 lessons to build on the initial 5 lessons (still in works, but […]

11
Jul

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Power Up, Speak Out in the Wilds of Yellowstone

Power Up, Speak Out in the Wilds of Yellowstone

From June 27th to July 1st, 12 Carbon County middle school students explored their own wild backyard in Yellowstone National Park with “Experience Yellowstone!” The trip was a collaborative effort between the Yellowstone Institute, Power Up, Speak Out! (a program of DSVS), and the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation. The camp was generously funded by […]

17
May

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Experience Yellowstone with Power Up, Speak Out!

Experience Yellowstone with Power Up, Speak Out!, the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation, and the Yellowstone Institute! A camp for 7th-8th grade Carbon County students! Monday, June 27- Friday, July 1st, 2016 Join us for a fantastic adventure exploring Yellowstone National Park. Enjoy a group experience where everyone can be themselves! This experience is FREE […]

07
Apr

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Tough questions from high schoolers: Question 8

The week before last Beth and I presented on healthy relationships at our local high school during their “Jumpstart Day”–a day of workshops devoted to non-traditional education subjects. The Student Council tasked us with addressing dating (awkward alert!). At the beginning of each of our seven, 45 minute sessions, we asked the students to write […]

06
Apr

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Tough questions from high schoolers: Question 7

The week before last Beth and I presented on healthy relationships at our local high school during their “Jumpstart Day”–a day of workshops devoted to non-traditional education subjects. The Student Council tasked us with addressing dating (awkward alert!). At the beginning of each of our seven, 45 minute sessions, we asked the students to write […]

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