Responsible Social Values Program (RSVP)
Students in sixth, seventh, and 8th grades participate in five-day RSVP sessions where they learn how positive character qualities (respect, responsibility, self-control, honesty and courage) help them to avoid risk behaviors and build healthy relationships.
Students learn character and friendship qualities, delayed gratification, resistance skills.
Students learn how to recognize the characteristics of healthy relationships, future dating standards including dating violence prevention, goal setting and the benefits of avoiding unhealthy behaviors.
Students learn the responsibilities of parenting, how to set and keep physical boundaries and decision-making skills.
RSVParent Meetings and parent/guardian child homework at each grade level help stimulate communication.
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