In This Issue:
iMAD In-School Program
iMAD Girls After-School Program
Meet The Educators
Social Media & Contact Information
iMAD stands for “I Make A Difference,” reflecting HRHN’s belief that students can make a difference by making informed decisions about their lives. The 2017-2018 school year will be using the “Get Real” curriculum. Get Real empowers students to build healthy relationships, delay sex, and protect themselves from pregnancy and STI’s.
This year, we will be holding a Parent Night at every public middle school. Parent Night allows parents and guardians the opportunity to meet the educators, ask questions about the curriculum, and view a sample lecture. View the “important dates” section for more information.
To view the curriculum that will be shown to students for the 2017-2018 school year, visit hrhnimad.org.
About iMAD Girls
iMAD Girls is an after-school program focused on teaching girls the knowledge and skills to make healthy choices in their lives. The program has lessons on multiple topics within these main domains: healthy relationships, adolescent development, and healthy life skills. Topics include girls and leadership, puberty, body image, self-esteem/ self-confidence, goal setting, and friendships and relationships.
iMAD Girls will begin after the iMAD program is implemented in schools. Visit our website at imadgirls.org for future updates and to learn more about iMAD Girls.
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Larry is the Program Director of the iMAD Program. As a community leader, he is dedicated to helping youth make healthy choices.
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