Dear Parent/Legal Guardian:
Arizona Youth Partnership is starting a social and emotional learning program called Too Good for Drugs at Marana Middle School to develop
the skills children need to make healthy choices and achieve success. This program was developed by the Mendez Foundation - a leader in K-12 educational programs.
The goal of Too Good for Drugs is to build children's social-emotional skills and empower them to be strong learners, make healthy choices, and be more resistant to peer pressure and peer influence. Children who learn and use the skills taught in this program are more likely to have a positive attitude, make good decisions, get along with their peers, and do better in school.
The Too Good for Drugs program is divided into two units. Unit 1 teaches five core social-emotional skills.
Unit 2 teaches how to apply those skills in daily life and social challenges to avoid risky behaviors.
Throughout the program, your child will bring home short, fun Home Workouts for you and your child to do together. These activities keep you tuned in to what your child is learning, and they help you practice and reinforce the skills at home
Please contact Danielle Riguerra if you have any questions about the Too Good for Drugs program. You can also visit the Mendez Foundation's website at toogoodprograms.org. I look forward to working together to help your child build the skills that lead to success in school and in life.
Every Wednesday 3:50-5:30pm October 27th-December 8th
Your child needs your permission to participate. Please give your permission by completing the consent form below.
If you would like more information about the program content or how the program is presented, please contact Danielle Riguerra, Prevention Coordinator at 520-744-9595 or email@example.com.
Check out our website: www.azyp.org