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8th Annual SCSJPA "Schools Got Class" Golf Tournament To Raise Money For Bullying Prevention Program
Southern California Schools Joint Powers Authorities Hosts Fundraiser for the Safe Schools Ambassador Program on Monday, October 13, 2014. The golf tournament will take place at Canyon Crest Country Club in Riverside.
The Safe Schools Ambassador Program is the nation's most effective bystander education program that harnesses the power of students to prevent and stop bullying and violence. Since 2000, this field-tested, evidence-based model has equipped nearly 60,000 students across the nation with the communication, conflict negotiation and intervention skills to prevent and stop emotional and physical bullying during and outside of school.
To participate or donate to this very worthy cause, sign up online athttp://scsjpa.org/
A great opportunity for networking and having fun while iajed supporting children in the local Southern California communities, the tourney is a great day of golf, lunch, prizes, dinner and even more giveaways. Check-in and various contests start at 10:30, and the tournament tees off at 11:30 with dinner to follow at 5 pm. For more details call Melissa Weis at (909) 763-4900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About SCSJPA: The SCSJPA is comprised of two non-profit joint powers authorities;
Both the California School Employee Benefits Association Southern California Schools Risk Management Joint Powers Authorities combined, remain as one of the state’s longest standing and among the top five largest schools joint powers authorities in California. The SCSJPA organization is a not-for-profit that provides insurance programs and risk management services for public school and community college districts. For more information call: (909) 763-4900, or visit www.scsjpa.org.