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Provides an evidence-based educational curriculum, programs, practices and strategies focusing on prevention and awareness, such as underage drinking, substance abuse, cyber bullying, teen suicide, as well as life and career skills and gender-specific programming to compliment in-school curriculum and the out-of-school activities. The training and evidence-based prevention program will benefit youths ages 11 to 18 in middle and high schools (6th – 12th grade), teachers, parents, families and the community of Maui island and Moloka’i.

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MEO Youth Services
.*Kihei Charter, Maui Waena students win top prizes in ‘Imi Pono Challenge*A Kihei Charter high school senior and a team of two Maui Waena Intermediate 7th-graders received $1,000 cash prizes for their anti-vaping public service announcement video, infographic and slogan in the third ‘Imi Pono: The Greatest Challenge awards ceremony Thursday evening.High and middle schoolers were tasked with coming up with an anti-vaping campaign, including a slogan, a poster/brochure and a short public service announcement video. All information used in campaigns had to be cited and referenced.There were two divisions, high and middle school, with cash prizes of $1,000 for first, $750 for second and $500 for third in each division. In addition, each entrant received a Zippy’s gift card.MEO Youth Services coordinated the Challenge with the help of middle and high school teachers and administrators. Hawaii USA Federal Credit Union donated the cash prizes and the Chamber and its members acted as judges and will be offering internships to interested contestants.Bass ... See MoreSee Less
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