Getting Ahead of America’s Bullying Epidemic with Positive Talk and Action

Be a part of a discussion of a new bullying awareness program called +Works.

Seeking to get ahead of America’s bullying epidemic with positive talk and action, St. Paul’s School  in conjunction with the children’s and youth departments of St. Paul’s United Methodist church is hosting a parent education workshop on the topic featuring +Works. The event will be Wednesday, October 13, from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Jones Building of St. Paul’s, 5501 Main at Binz/Bissonnet.

The +Works program integrates school and home efforts in a unique way that is building grass roots interest in the Houston community. +Works founders and Houston moms Sarah Fisher and Trish Morille will introduce the +Family and +School programs. Bring your own ideas, because only as a community can we make a truly +Difference for our children.

The program is free of charge. Childcare will be provided for those attending if requested two days in advance to the school at 713-528-5779 or email [email protected]

Affiliated with St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Houston, St. Paul’s School has provided quality education for children from age four months through kindergarten for more than 50 years. The first preschool in Houston to earn accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the school recently was one of the first to earn NAEYC accreditation under the organization’s new, more rigorous standards. Website:

At 5501 Main Street, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church is in the modified English Gothic structure on the corner of Main and Binz/Bissonnet, across from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The church is within one block of both Museum District MetroRail stops, and free parking is available in two lots across Fannin Street from the church. Website:



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