“The Insiders” visit Gallman Elementary


Gallman Elementary School received a visit from the Department of Juvenile Justice’s “The Insiders” at the close of their Red Ribbon Week celebrations on Oct. 28. Red Ribbon Week is the largest international public awareness campaign that educates youth about the importance of keeping their schools and lives bully and drug-free. “The Insiders” are a select group of students who travel throughout South Carolina encouraging adolescents and promoting community awareness of the prevalence and consequences of juvenile crime. These young leaders have committed themselves to serving others by telling personal stories of the choices that led to their incarceration. Gallman’s “Gator Guard,” fifth-grade student leaders, with school counselor Tracy Swygert are Ruben Pendell, Jim Wilson, Moises Chavez-Borraz, Keely Smith, Galilea Saldaña-Hernandez, and Tiana Thanabouasy. Department of Juvenile Justice representatives, from left to right, are “Insider” LaTavish, Juvenile Specialist IV Dominique Carter, Juvenile Specialist II Synthia Scipio and Program Coordinator Ted Blanding.


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Gallman Elementary School received a visit from the Department of Juvenile Justice’s “The Insiders” at the close of their Red Ribbon Week celebrations on Oct. 28. Red Ribbon Week is the largest international public awareness campaign that educates youth about the importance of keeping their schools and lives bully and drug-free. “The Insiders” are a select group of students who travel throughout South Carolina encouraging adolescents and promoting community awareness of the prevalence and consequences of juvenile crime. These young leaders have committed themselves to serving others by telling personal stories of the choices that led to their incarceration. Gallman’s “Gator Guard,” fifth-grade student leaders, with school counselor Tracy Swygert are Ruben Pendell, Jim Wilson, Moises Chavez-Borraz, Keely Smith, Galilea Saldaña-Hernandez, and Tiana Thanabouasy. Department of Juvenile Justice representatives, from left to right, are “Insider” LaTavish, Juvenile Specialist IV Dominique Carter, Juvenile Specialist II Synthia Scipio and Program Coordinator Ted Blanding.

Gallman Elementary School received a visit from the Department of Juvenile Justice’s “The Insiders” at the close of their Red Ribbon Week celebrations on Oct. 28. Red Ribbon Week is the largest international public awareness campaign that educates youth about the importance of keeping their schools and lives bully and drug-free. “The Insiders” are a select group of students who travel throughout South Carolina encouraging adolescents and promoting community awareness of the prevalence and consequences of juvenile crime. These young leaders have committed themselves to serving others by telling personal stories of the choices that led to their incarceration. Gallman’s “Gator Guard,” fifth-grade student leaders, with school counselor Tracy Swygert are Ruben Pendell, Jim Wilson, Moises Chavez-Borraz, Keely Smith, Galilea Saldaña-Hernandez, and Tiana Thanabouasy. Department of Juvenile Justice representatives, from left to right, are “Insider” LaTavish, Juvenile Specialist IV Dominique Carter, Juvenile Specialist II Synthia Scipio and Program Coordinator Ted Blanding.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_Insiders-Visit-Gallman-Elementary.jpgGallman Elementary School received a visit from the Department of Juvenile Justice’s “The Insiders” at the close of their Red Ribbon Week celebrations on Oct. 28. Red Ribbon Week is the largest international public awareness campaign that educates youth about the importance of keeping their schools and lives bully and drug-free. “The Insiders” are a select group of students who travel throughout South Carolina encouraging adolescents and promoting community awareness of the prevalence and consequences of juvenile crime. These young leaders have committed themselves to serving others by telling personal stories of the choices that led to their incarceration. Gallman’s “Gator Guard,” fifth-grade student leaders, with school counselor Tracy Swygert are Ruben Pendell, Jim Wilson, Moises Chavez-Borraz, Keely Smith, Galilea Saldaña-Hernandez, and Tiana Thanabouasy. Department of Juvenile Justice representatives, from left to right, are “Insider” LaTavish, Juvenile Specialist IV Dominique Carter, Juvenile Specialist II Synthia Scipio and Program Coordinator Ted Blanding. Courtesy photo
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