Programs » STOP the Violence-Students Taking On Prevention
Violence in today's schools is too often a headline in the national news. Whether it is fighting, making threats, or bullying, violence has forced school officials to take drastic steps to address this concern. Millions of dollars have been spent on metal detectors, hidden cameras in the classrooms and hallways, and security guards. Dollars spent on security measures such as these are not spent on additional teachers, salaries, advanced technology, and facilities. But what can the students themselves do to STOP the Violence?
FCCLA members use peer education to:
Please check with your state adviser for upcoming trainings.
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FCCLA offers national recognition to chapters that complete STOP the Violence projects. This honor includes cash awards and special recognition at the National Leadership Conference, online and in Teen Times magazine. Chapters apply online for recognition for their hard work and innovative projects with the National STOP the Violence Program Award Application.
Applications must be submitted online to FCCLA national headquarters by March 1.The online award system will automatically close March 1, 11:59 p.m. EST.
Click here to submit your 2013-2014 STOP the Violence Program Award Application.
Congratulations 2014 STOP the Violence Award Winners!!
High School Winner
Middle School Winner
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