Juniors spent Wednesday mornings working through the "Relationship Smarts Plus 3.0" curriculum, which addresses positive youth development, life skills, healthy relationships, dating violence, and pregnancy prevention. It focuses on building assets and strengthens protective factors. It appeals to teenagers’ aspirations, rather than merely emphasizing what they must avoid. It empowers youth with skills needed to form and maintain healthy relationships, make wise sexual choices, and work toward their goals. This curriculum was taught by Carrie Linn, a volunteer instructor with Hope, Inc.
Life Skills Strengthening
In the evenings, all students learned about basic life skills covering the following areas: