Yesterday, Lancaster Sheriff's Station had the pleasure of bringing the LASD Stop Hate and Respect Everyone (S.H.A.R.E.) Tolerance Program to Del Sur Elementary. Led by the wonderful Deputy Ray Wilson, the kids today talked about topics such as cyber bullying, white supremacy groups, peer pressure and being the one person to make a difference.
The program consists of a mobile learning platform (truck and trailer combination) with state of the art audio and visual equipment which can accommodate an audience of 26 and be delivered to virtually any venue.
S. H.A.R.E. participants are then delivered a thought provoking video and facilitated discussion which is aimed at garnering personal insight and introspection. The wonderful kids at Del Sur watched a video on the “Littlerock Nine” as well as a video about 2 completely different teens, that were brought back together at the Museum of Tolerance as adults. Deputy Wilson was incredibly thought provoking, having students help him recreate scenarios.
Thank you Vice Principal Cusack and to your wonderful Dragons for being such great listeners and participants!
We are so excited to have this program re-launched in our area. If you are interested in having the LASD SHARE Program program come to your child's school, contact their school administrator and have them call Deputy Raymond Wilson. Check out their Facebook page and make sure you give them a like. Let's spread this message of RESPECT to all of our Antelope Valley Schools!
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