The Middle School Requested Approvals for Three New Programs

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The Middle School requested approvals for three new programs funded through the NJDoE Camden Center for Youth Development.

The CHAT – Creating Healthy Attitudes for Teens virtual program designed for personal development includes a stipend for the students who participate.

The FLY – Finance and Leadership program for students in student government and or NJHS includes leadership development and financial literacy training. Student trainers will receive a stipend upon completion of the training and additional compensation for each teach back. Each student receiving teach back will qualify for a stipend as well.

The LEADER – Learning Empowerment and Developing Health Relationships program provides students training in leadership development and nutrition education. Each student completing the program will receive a stipend.

More information can be provided by contacting the school.

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