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Missing Children’s Network to Conduct Workshops

Montreal - Thursday, September 15, 2016

Four schools in the East End: Rosemount High School and Nesbitt Elementary School in Rosemount, Perspectives I & II in St. Michel and Dalkeith Elementary School in Anjou will be participating in a two month program coordinated by the Missing Children’s Network.

The initiative will allow students the opportunity to role-play, animate, and problem-solve in difficult situations.

Additionally, students will receive general information about the Missing Children’s Network, an overview of current missing children statistics, examples of real-life cases and the organization’s philosophy regarding safety issues and how to prevent disappearances.

Students from Rosemount High School will receive further training that will automatically make them a member of The Missing Children’s Network Safety Brigade Team.

Following completion of the six-hour course, each Rosemount student will be presented with a certificate of attestation. Along with their Spiritual and Community Animator, Vince Lacroce, will work to deter runaways, depression, and provide support for young children in need.

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