Anti-Bullying Prevention Proposal

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Youth at Risk Prevention Proposal – XYZ High School Anti-Bullying Program 20130228 Juvenile Justice Prevention Program Proposal Section 1. DESCRIBE THE TARGET GROUP The direct target group is the current freshman class at suburban middle class XYZ High School (XYZHS). Naturally, as the sophomore, junior, and senior classes matriculate through the school, they will be indirectly affected by the program and expected to hold true to the lessons and values taught in the anti-bullying curricula during their freshman year. The demographic for the direct and indirect target groups are as follows: • General Demographic o The population of residents ages 15 to 19 for the school district is 9,075 making up roughly…show more content…
o Out of 39,356 households, over half earn less than 50,000 and less than 10% earn $100,000 or more (Harnett County Schools, NC Economic Characteristics, n.d.). o 19.3 % of families with related children under 18 years of age have had income in the past 12 months below poverty level (Harnett County Schools, NC Economic Characteristics, n.d.). The target groups, both direct and indirect, are represented by all walks of life from families from a full spectrum of social characteristics and economic conditions. From single parent homes to two parent homes, financially secure to families on the brink of poverty, almost every ethnicity and racial group that exists. It is full representation of a military community. Section 2. DESCRIBE THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE An advisory committee will be formed consisting of no more than an 8 member sample of the major stakeholders group, parents of currently enrolled high school students, contributors from the local community, and administration from the school district. The following is a breakdown of the members and the roles they will play in the committee: • 8 total members from XYZHS consisting of 2 members from 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. These members strictly volunteer and established during the first week of school. The role these students will play is serving as a voice for the students, who represent the major stakeholders group. • A group of parents whose children are
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