Tuesday, October 14, 2014

"Enforcing" Curriculum - SVMS Curriculum/Career/Community Watch Night

October is National Crime Prevention Month, and I have devised a way for SVMS to participate in style!
On October 28th, South View Middle School will host "Enforcing" Curriculum - A Career Night, Curriculum Night, and Community Watch Night for our students, parents, and other community members. The time is 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM.  This is our way of combating violence in Cumberland County with awareness and information!

Here is a brief description of the event:
• “Enforcing” Curriculum is a Career Night because lawyers, judges, police officers, lawmakers, and other officials will share occupational knowledge with our students.

• “Enforcing” Curriculum is a Curriculum Night because students and teachers have been investigating reading materials (Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer, Touching Spirit Bear, The Giver, and The Outsiders) that highlight the importance of law enforcement and good citizenship.

• “Enforcing” Curriculum is a Community Watch Night because life-changing advice will be shared to improve the quality of our communities.

Here are some of the individuals who have signed on as distinguished presenters:

NC Representative: Rick Glazier 

Family Law Attorney: April Smith 

Attorney/School Board Member: Michael Boose

Sgt. Gary Womble - Major Crimes Division - 
Fayetteville Police Department

Attorney: Duane Gilliam 

Former Fayetteville City Councilwoman: Val Applewhite

Assistant District Attorney: Rita Cox

Attorney: Billy Richardson

Hope Mills Mayor: Jackie Warner

Judge Clark Reeves

Here is a commercial that I created to entice the students of my school to attend the event:

Stay tuned for additional updates and presenters!

For More Information Contact
Marlow M. Artis 
"Enforcing" Curriculum Creator/Coordinator 
Chair of Assessment/Effective Instruction at SVMS
(910) 424-3131 ext. 3119