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BRAINWISE program for kids in sixth to 12th grades

Following is the schedule for the Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program’s Youth Violence Prevention Education BRAINWISE sessions at the Pagosa Springs Youth Center.

Tuesday, Jan. 26 (sixth-eighth grades) — Constellation of Support (who can help?).

Wednesday, Jan. 27 (ninth-12th grades) — Constellation of Support (who can help?).

Tuesday, Feb. 2 (sixth-eighth grades) — Recognize Red Flag Warnings (stop and think).

Wednesday, Feb. 3 (ninth -12th grades) — Recognize Red Flag Warnings (stop and think).

Tuesday, Feb. 9 (sixth-eighth grades) — Exit the Emotions Elevator (identifying emotions).

Wednesday, Feb. 10 (ninth -12th grades) — Exit the Emotions Elevator (identifying emotions).

Tuesday, Feb. 16 (sixth-eighth grades) — Separate Fact From Opinion (the challenge to find (and listen to) the truth).

Wednesday, Feb. 17 (ninth-12th grades) — Separate Fact From Opinion (the challenge to find (and listen to) the truth).

Tuesday, Feb. 23 (sixth-eighth grades) — Ask Questions (the importance of asking the eight questions).

Wednesday, Feb. 24 (ninth-12th grades) — Ask Questions (the importance of asking the right questions).

Tuesday, March 2 (sixth-eighth grades) — Identify Your Choices (what’s the best choice?).

Wednesday, March 3 (ninth-12th grades) — Identify Your Choices (what’s the best choice?).

Tuesday, March 9 (sixth-eighth grades) — Consider Consequences (now and later and consequences affecting others).

Wednesday, March 10 (ninth-12th grades) — Consider Consequences (now and later and consequences affecting others).

Tuesday, March 16 (sixth-eighth grades) — Set Goals and Form an Action Plan (what’s my goal?).

Wednesday, March 17 (ninth-12th grades) — Set Goals and Form an Action Plan (what’s my goal?).

Tuesday, March 23 (sixth-eighth grades) — Communicate Effectively (using effective verbal and nonverbal communication).

Wednesday, March 24 (ninth-12th grades) — Communicate Effectively (using effective verbal and nonverbal communication).

BRAINWISE is sponsored by the Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program’s Youth Violence Prevention Education Program, a nonprofit agency that promotes the belief that all people have the right to live free from violence by providing support and advocacy services for victims and education for youth and our community.

For more information, call Liz Parker at 264-4152, Ext. 31.