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Parent Education

Teen Dating Violence Workshop

The DVHS PTSA invites parents and high school students to attend a "Teen Dating Violence Workshop", facilitated by  SAVE on Tuesday, March 19, 7-8:30pm in the DVHS Library, directly following the PTSA Meeting and Elections.

During the preteen and teen years, young people are learning skills they need to form positive, healthy relationship with others, and it is therefore, an ideal time to promote healthy relationships and prevent patterns of teen dating violence that can last into adulthood.

Please join us in creating a safer, healthier community for our children and a safer future for us all.

We will begin with a common session for parents and students and then breakout into separate sessions for each (parents and students). The Teen Dating Violence (TDV) Workshop will:

  • Help students and parents understand what is teen dating violence, how it is defined and how prevalent it is.
  • Generate an understanding of what healthy, unhealthy, and abusive characteristics in a relationship look like.
  • Help youth recognize the warning signs of abuse and identify the cycle of violence.
  • Discuss youth rights and resources.

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