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This week as we look at the asset that defines using youth as resources. The local data shows that 31 percent of youth in our community feel so inclined.
Assets In Action is working in conjunction with the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board and other community groups to provide youth a voice for input to their meetings.
If you have a youth willing to fill such a role, give me a call or drop me an e-mail. It will be my goal to get input from a variety of students. If you have a youth who is willing to e-mail me, text me, or fill out a form, that would be great.
When I was first part of the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, even prior to its inception, I thought we needed to hear from the average student. I always felt like we needed to hear from the kids who tended to get in trouble.
I was never a kid who got in trouble, so I couldn’t be some voice of logic to say what kids needed to keep them on the good path. I think we need to hear from kids who are having issues that, when we were kids, we never would dream could exist today.
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