C.A.E.'s “SWAGG STATION” Show
A C.A.E.tv Production
C.A.E. CURRICULUM MODULES:
Recent research indicates that children exposed to multiple risk factors in their families, at school, among their peers, and in their communities are at greater risk of becoming serious violent juvenile offenders. Join us in the fight to instill accountability, education, and empowerment of our youth!
To strategically combat the war on teen violence using media as a method of engagement, C.A.E.tv presents “C.A.E.’s SWAGG Station” T.V. Show. This comprehensive community-wide project is designed to offer supervised recreational dances for Middle School at-risk youth ages 12-14 with goals of introducing preventive measures in dealing with risk factors of alienation, delinquency and teen violence - in a fun-filled atmosphere.
Prior to filming, students are required to enroll in C.A.E.'s "Positive Disruption" 16-week course. C.A.E.’s “Positive Disruption” is our core curriculum designed specifically to disrupt and change cyclical patterns of adverse behavior that interfere with learning by providing social and emotional development for youth, and proven support systems for their families. Parents of participating students are required to enroll in becoming a member of C.A.E.'s Mentors Coalition (C.A.E. MC's). For more information, please click here.
FOR MORE PROGRAM INFORMATION, CALL (234) 348.1223