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Apr 2016

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Tough Questions from high schoolers: Question 5

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...

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Mar 2016

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Tough questions from high schoolers: Question 3

Last week 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,...

29
Mar 2016

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Tough questions from high school students: Question 2

Last week 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,...

16
Mar 2016

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We have so much in common

“As different as we are from one another, as unique as each one of us is, we are much more the same than we are different.  That may be the most essential message of all, as we help our children grow toward being caring,...

16
Feb 2016

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I Can Say No

Our third healthy relationship statement, I can say no, sounds simple, but it can be complicated. The students we encounter sometimes don’t realize that they have the right to say no to anything that feels uncomfortable to them. Adults sometimes think immediately about sex...

05
Jan 2016

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Exciting News for 2016!

We are so grateful for all of the support and encouragement we received from teachers, counselors, administrators, students, and funders in 2015! We reached many new areas of Montana and we have started to receive requests from out-of-state educators too! We are in the...

15
Dec 2015

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Aloha BaLeigh, Aloha Beth

In Hawaiian, aloha can be used to express both goodbye and hello. It looks like we’ll be using both meanings this December. BaLeigh has announced that she will be relocating to Livingston in December. While everyone at DSVS will be sad to see her...

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