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Kathy Lempert Jan 30
job well done on your special feature .
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Stafford Tech. Ctr. Feb 18
This student sees the big picture. Do what you love, love what you do, and you are ready for an awesome life!
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Stafford Tech. Ctr. Feb 21
Our students come up with best ways to finish this statement.
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Simon Youth Foundation Jun 14
A graduate of Simon Youth Clark-Pleasant Academy explains how he benefited from the unique classroom model at the Academy.
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Laila Mickelwait Jan 26
Choosing between sexual encounters with dangerous men or “starving”/being “homeless” is not a true choice. In prostitution money coerces “consent” from vulnerable women, making prostitution, in essence, a practice of serial rape.
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Stafford Tech. Ctr. Feb 19
Our students have the ability to see how what they do here relates to life after high school.
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Simon Youth Foundation May 31
A recent graduate found an environment he could thrive in at his local Simon Youth Academy.
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Tyler Farrell May 5
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Simon Youth Foundation May 24
We love that students find a second home at Simon Youth Academies.
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kerry washington Apr 1
Calling all NYC ! Join & TOMORROW at for ’s annual live play reading, , benefiting NYC’s most in-need public HS students. Click for tickets & more info
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CTV Jan 30
Andi has shown us that no one is immune to hardship. Thank you for having the courage to share your story.
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Brandon Gonez Jan 30
Wow! I still have chills from watching the special. These Canadians were so brave to share their stories. They’ve really helped to normalize these conversations around mental health. ❤️
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JA Bryson Mar 14
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C Feb 14
“As athletes we have a natural confidence within. It’s our duty to take what we learn in our sport back to our friends at school or in the neighbourhood and pass on that same inner strength to each of them.”
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Simon Youth Foundation Jun 7
We love that students feel their needs are put first at Simon Youth Academies.
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SNHU Online MFA Dec 18
If you’ve never been to an author’s live reading, check w/ your local bookstore to see when they're scheduled. There’s nothing like hearing a story told by the author who wrote it, + it may even inspire a public reading of your own.
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Lois Paquette Apr 1
One of my students explaining to another the importance of not skipping pages during guided reading 😂💕
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Dani Elwell Feb 22
I've been talking to musicians about why & how they create their music for close to 35 yrs now, however this latest project that I'm working on for has me literally smiling & crying at the same time. We can't wait to share it with you!
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Lisa Canning Jan 30
It is hard to put into words how it feels to have watched our story on this evening. Hopeful and grateful are the first two words that come to mind, but also a realization of just how far we have come as a couple and a family.
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Lynn Wagner Jan 30
Members of are currently gathered in our Multi-Purpose room in watching , a CTV special. telling their personal stories how affects their everyday life.
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