In School Programs
Camp Fire Illinois Prairie offers a wide variety of
in-school programs for youth that increase knowledge, change attitudes and
promote positive relationships with others.
These programs include: Kids on
the Block and Self Reliance.
Kids on the Block
Kids on the Block is an interactive puppet program
for youth that emphasizes tolerance of diversity and disability
awareness. Trained puppeteers and teachers conduct the program in schools
and other venues. Each grade level highlights a idfferent
disability. Youth are asked to start "No Put Down Zones" and
are challenged to "Dare to Care."
If you'd like the Kids on the Block to visit your
school, please contact us at 630-629-5160, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Self Reliance consists of five programs designed for elementary school youth that
teach about personal safety, stranger danger, positive peer relationships,
resisting bullying, babysitting skills and the importance of community
service. The curriculums use skills and role playing activities to
practice safety skills and building strong relationships.
I'm Safe and Sure - K and 1st grade
Caution Without Fear - 2nd graders
I'm Peer Proof - 3rd through 5th grades
A Gift of Giving - K through 8th grades
I'm Taking Care - 5th through 8th grades
To schedule a program for your school, please contact
us at 630-629-5160, or email us at email@example.com
After School Programs
Our after school programs include R.E.A.C.H.(Responsible Educated Adolescents Can Help) and After School Clubs.
R.E.A.C.H. (Responsible Educated Adolescents Can Help)
Volunteer leaders and staff members work with pre-teens and teens to produce drug and alcohol education skits, organize community-service projects, develop leadership skills and facilitate drug-free fun.
After School Clubs
Grade-specific clubs focus on helping youth develop into positive young adults. Some clubs are general interest, while others have a specific focus (i.e., newspaper clubs, special populations, etc.). Groups meet weekly. Teachers are often employed as leaders. helping them develop stronger relationships with students and their families.