The Junior Teen Institute retreat will be held Friday, March 22, at Rossford Junior High School.
Junior Teen Institute is a group of middle school students dedicated to learning leadership skills and having FUN, while committing to being drug and alcohol-free.
Awesome, fun-filled events have been planned for the retreat. The theme of the night is "Life: What Do I Stand For?"
It sounds like a serious topic, right? Well, it is. And it is a question that you will explore and answer at the retreat. But we will help you find the answer in FUN and exciting ways, including playing a board game using life-size game pieces that YOU will create. There will be music, food, friendly competition, zany wackiness, surprises, and did we mention....FUN????
All of it will be lead by members of Wood County Teen Institute.
In order to attend, you must either be a member of Wood County Teen Institute or Wood County Junior Teen Institute, and turn a registration form and $5 in to your school's prevention specialist.
How do you become a member of TI or JTI, you ask? First, you must attend middle school or high school in one of the following districts:
- Bowling Green
- North Baltimore
- Penta Career Center
Who is your prevention specialist? We're glad you asked!! Go to your school's office and ask for the following people:
- Bowling Green - Emily Krynock
- Eastwood - Mike Kipplen
- Elmwood - Tonya Lentz
- Lake - Jeanine Lindquist
- North Baltimore - Mike Kipplen
- Northwood - Bill Hamilton
- Otsego - Emily Krynock
- Perrysburg - Melissa Notestine
- Penta Career Center - Linda Logue
- Rossford - Jim Snider