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We continuously review and revise our curricula to reflect the changing population and needs of Boulder County.Our goals are to promote a more inclusive and peaceful school environment where all children have the right to be safe and know how to find use safety and support resources as needed. Review Safe Dates and Expect Respect curriculum online.At SPAN, we incorporate a social justice framework into our age-appropriate curriculum for school-based programs and community trainings.We believe that in order to end violence against any individual, youth and child, we must understand and challenge the varying forms of oppression people experience, which can be intricately woven into domestic violence.
It includes preventive strategies for individuals, peers, families, schools, and neighborhoods.
Students finish the curriculum equipped with tools to support themselves into a position of healthy personal and social power whether they currently find themselves playing the role(s) of bully, bullied or bystander.
Elementary students, of course, are not alone in needing support to navigate the waters of socialization.
For more information on SPAN’s violence prevention work in grades K-8, contact the K-8 Violence Prevention Educator by email or call 303.449.8623.
The overall goal for the youth violence prevention education program at SPAN is: The Peers Building Justice Program (PBJ) program expressly solicits and is dependent on involvement of youth from underrepresented communities to build collective power in order to combat violence and promote justice.