EDUCATION about and PREVENTION against gender and relationship violence
Secondary Education Gallery
Thanks to Janet Holden, Council Grove (KS) High School FCCLA, for the amazing work she does in leadership development. Kelsey and Ehryn did an excellent job with their Jana’s Campaign Star Event Project in 2015 as they worked to raise awareness of Teen Dating Violence in their school. Then they came to the Jana’s Campaign Board of Directors retreat and shared their work with the Board. Very impressive!
So thankful for the FHSU Criminal Justice Club at Fort Hays State University. Their Jana’s Jewelry 2015 service project has provided literally thousands of resource cards for Jana’s Campaign representatives to distribute to middle/high school students across the state of Kansas.
Dodge City (KS) FCCLA students pictured Christie Brungardt on December 11, 2015. Because of the students’ hard work in organizing this large event, Curt and Christie Brungardt were able to talk to 1200+ middle and high school students for two days about Teen Dating Violence.
Dodge City (KS) FCCLA students ready for Curt and Christie Brungardt to come to Dodge City Middle and High Schools to discuss Teen Dating Violence.
Thank you to Susan Cole’s FACS class at Northeast High School in Arma, KS. They invited Jana’s Campaign to their school to raise awareness about Teen Dating Violence December 7, 2015.
Along with their FACS/FCCLA teacher, Margo Ellerman, students are doing great work to raise awareness about Teen Dating Violence at their high school in Valley Falls (KS). They invited Curt and Christie Brungardt to come to their school to present about identifying red flags in relationships.
Curt and Christie Brungardt from Jana’s Campaign with Gabby and Keaton from Minneapolis (KS) High School. Gabby and Keaton organized an all-school assembly on October 21, 2015 as a kick-off to their year-long FCCLA STAR Event project.
Curt and Christie Brungardt talk to students at Plainville High School (KS) about teen dating violence. Students made posters to put up around the school, handed out bracelets to the students who attended the assembly, and purchased t-shirts with mini-grant funds.