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When students’ enter into a new school, what does this mean for them? They may be all alone in a place full of new people, existing clicks, and upper classman. To a new student this may feel as though they are all alone at in this new world. Existing students might feel uncomfortable or threatened by new students. These barriers are all created through their perception, but the results are real. Often times with new students there can be bullying, cyber-bullying, physical abuse, verbal abuse, mental abuse, social non-acceptance, low self-esteem, depression, substance abuse or worse.
“Breaking Through” is a presentation that was created to address these new and existing students and stop these potential problems before they start. It attempts to help accomplish this by providing your students with the awareness, experience and education to break down these barriers and create friendships.
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"Deb Wetherbee is without a doubt one of the most conscientious, hard working people I have ever known. I have had the pleasure of working with her for more than 7 years and she is committed to every fundraiser from beginning to end. We have had eight very successful fundraisers at my school which have raised in excess of $120,000. She will follow through with any problems that may arise and she is present to help with sorting and pick ups. Her kick-off for my school was exceptional and she planned the whole program herself which really motivated the children. I would not hesitate to sign on with Deb. If you want more feedback please feel free to call me at any time."