2015-2016 Power Up report

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What YOU accomplished this year!
Over 8,000 students!
School counselors, classroom teachers, domestic violence prevention educators, and others reached over 8,000 youth from elementary school through high school around the state of Montana in 2015-2016.
*Montana public school enrollment has hovered around 144,000.
Travis, our lead educator, all dressed up to teach Red Lodge middle school students about healthy relationships.
90 educators
Attended a Power Up, Speak Out! training in 2015-2016.
Trainings were held in Billings, Bozeman, Glendive, Helena, and Wolf Point.
Those who responded to our survey were school counselors, health and PE teachers, domestic violence prevention educators who visited schools, retired teachers who use it with their neighbor kids, self-defense instructors, youth group leaders, school club leaders, and more!
Where is Power Up, Speak Out! used?
Kudos to you all for finding new ways to teach Montana's youth about healthy relationships!
**Violence Prevention Educators work for organizations similar in mission to DSVS/Power Up, Speak Out! We counted each school visited by a Violence Prevention Educator throughout the 2015-2016 school year.
You reported that in 2015-2016, Power Up, Speak Out! was taught in 41% of the counties in Montana! (That's 23 out of 56 counties.)
Thank you! We couldn't do it without you!
"I really can't think of a better send off for Middle School than to emphasize Healthy Relationships! I really love this curriculum!" Libby
"Awesome program - teaches essential relationship skills. Wish my boys had these lessons in middle school!" Livingston
"I have found that I've been able to use the underlying messages from the training in my day to day dealings with kids." Great Falls
"I have received positive feedback from students, staff, parents and the community." Troy
What you have to say:
"My favorite thing ever. I love it - love the activities!" Bigfork
"I asked the students what they thought, and they told me it was worthwhile and I should continue to use it." Lockwood