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We’ve heard a lot this week about Tiger Woods and his return to the golf course.
I’m sure you’re wondering once again how this relates to Assets.
The truth is the Assets program was given a small portion of money to run the Tiger Woods Foundation program in Los Alamos this year. It started out with several groups in town interested in reading Woods’ book, “Start Something.” We started out great and the kids found it interesting and an easy read.
Then we arrived at the month of November.
“Oh Tiger, say it ain’t so;” was my first thought.
“Oh dear, I’m working with an elementary population,” was my second thought.
I still wanted to cover the topics in the book because it is a really good book. However, when the words sexual addiction and pornography came into play, I decided we needed to step away from the curriculum.
The biggest reason was that Tiger is intimately woven into every lesson. Since I am not a school employee, I couldn’t jeopardize staff members by continuing the program as it was written.
Well, here we are several months later and while we still aren’t engaged with the program in its current form, it allowed me to teach a different lesson.
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