Roots of Empathy winds up year | DrumhellerMail
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Roots of Empathy winds up year

Roots of Empathy
    A year end get-together has been put in place to commemorate a job well done for Greentree/St.Anthony’s parents and teachers alike at the Badlands Community Facility (BCF) on Thursday, June 29.
    Roots of Empathy is a classroom program dedicated to anti-bullying and further along development in a young person’s life through new mothers and their child’s progress.
    “So we had two mom’s going into schools; two into Greentree and two into St. Anthony’s as well. The kids get to learn through the child and through different themes they get to understand the behaviour,” said FSCC coordinator April Harrison.
    “Its also a big promotion of anti-bullying.”
    At the wind-up, Terri Wood received a recognition award for her 10 years of dedication to the Roots of Empathy program.

Terri Woods recieves her award for ten years of dedication with the Roots of Empathy program


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