Greeley County Schools will host a Carnival for a Cause next Wednesday, March 22. The event will feature a free meal and carnival games for the kids. FFA members and school staff will supervise students while parents attend a BeAlert Program by Russ Tuttle.
Dinner begins at 5:30. The presentation and the carnival will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Ross Tuttle’s work focuses on human trafficking, especially minor sex trafficking, which he summarizes as the exploitation of vulnerability.
According to his website, he is driven to help identify vulnerabilities before they can be exploited through communication, leadership, team development, and compassion.
He says that for minors, there is no greater place for their vulnerabilities to be exploited than online.
The BeAlert program is a high-impact, fast-paced, evidence-based presentation meant to educate and empower students with age-appropriate material and guide adults from awareness to action.
Greeley County Health Services is sponsoring the evening’s meal.
Additional information about the BeAlert program can be found at stoptraffickingproject.com
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