The Martin Luther King essay contest at Willow, Fullerton, Mound and Miles Park was an outstanding success. Forty five students submitted essays, charts, etc… for the contest. Students received gift cards and McDonald’s coupons for their participation in the essay contest.
The Society for Prevention of Violence has moved to the educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County in Valley View. Special thanks to the CVESC staff and superintendent, Robert Mengerink for a smooth transition from the Ashland Center in Warrensville Heights, Ohio
SPV and John Wiley Publishing Company are partnering with a Chinese publisher to translate the SPV workbooks into Chinese edition. More news to follow…
SPV has initiated a social skills leadership program at the following Cleveland Metropolitan
Schools for the 2012/13 school year: Buckeye Woodland, G.W.Carver, Miles Park, Mound, Louis Munoz Marin, A. J. Rickoff, Willow and Fullerton
SPV has incorporated deep learning projects into the school leadership/character education programs to advance the family neighborhood/ community concept that if a neighborhood works together, it can challenge and bring forth and put an end to poverty, racism, class exploitation and violence.