The Clayton Place School Based Youth Service Program incorporates a variety of programming to address the issues of drugs, alcohol, and other unhealthy activities that impact both physical and emotional health of our student population. The following prevention services are available:
Classroom / Student Workshops
Workshops and classroom presentations are offered throughout the school year and are available for all classes on the Clayton MS campus. The workshops may be provided by a Clayton Place staff person or a guest speaker. The Clayton Place team works with a variety of community partners to provide workshops and other events that promote healthy lifestyles & decision making. Teachers must request a presentation at least three weeks in advance. Topics may include:
- Tips for Academic Success
- Conflict Resolution Skills
- Positive Communication
- Bullying Prevention
- Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Prevention
- Teambuilding Activities
- Diversity, Respect, and Tolerance
- Post-Secondary Planning & College Prep
- And Much More…
(Students United for Respect & Equality)
PEER MENTOR PROGRAM
What can students look forward to for the 2013/14 school year? Clayton Place sponsors a Peer Mentor program through the S.U.R.E. Club. S.U.R.E Mentors will work with the new 6th grade students in the classroom. Some of the mentor projects will consist of workshops and after-school activities. S.U.R.E mentors will asisst the 6th graders with adjusting to the new middle school environment. Mentors will discuss academics, peer pressure, conflict resolution and additional topics.
Monthly S.U.R.E. Mentor Program recreation activities are listed on the monthly events calendar and on the “Events, Activites, and Calendar” Page.
For more information about the S.U.R.E. Mentor Program, contact Mr. Johnson in the Clayton Place office.
Annual Events Sponsored/Co-sponsored by Clayton Place
The following events are held each year and focus primarily on the prevention of drug, acohol, and toboacco use, as well as to address life decisions that may be unhealthy or destructive for students and their families.
An example of these annual events include:
- Red Ribbon Week
- Wellness Day
- Multi-Cultural Day
- Parent Fair
- Fright Night / Jeepers Creepers
- Family Workshops