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TONIGHT (Mar 13) - Anti-hazing presentation

TONIGHT! (Tuesday, March 13, 2018)

PTSA General meeting at 6:00pm

Anti Hazing Presentation at 7:00pm

College Park Library

 

Parents, students and faculty members are encouraged to attend.

 

The AHA! Movement (Anti-Hazing Awareness) was created in memory of Matthew Carrington, who was killed by water hazing while pledging a fraternity in Chico, CA in 2005. He was a student at Ygnacio Valley HS and his younger brother attended College Park. 

 

Click here to watch a video of Debbie Smith, founder of AHA!, being interviewed about her work.


In 2017, there were three documented deaths in this country due to fraternity hazing.  The goal of AHA! is to end the senseless and tragic cycle of deaths from hazing by reaching out, empowering and educating young people.  

This Parent Ed night will initiate a productive conversation surrounding the dangers of hazing and how to recognize it, as well as interactive activities. Debbie Smith (Mathew's mother) will share his story, show video, explore alternatives to hazing and end with a Q&A. We will also discuss peer pressure, the difference between hazing and bullying, mindset, group mentality and making better choices. 

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