50 New Schools – 4 New GameChanger Staff
Welcome back to Kim’s Korner! I hope it has been a great summer for everyone. It has been a busy one for GameChanger. As the school year starts to gear up, GameChanger is setting up to expand into fifty new schools across the state! To prepare for that, here at GameChanger we have hired four new GameChanger Specialists.
These new team members attended training with the Hazelden ... Continue Reading »
The First GameChanger Peer Leaders
I am honored to introduce our first group of GameChanger Peer Leaders. This group of students is from Wheeling Park High School and has nine students, three Juniors and six Freshman. It includes members from the dance, cheerleading, wrestling, baseball, football, and basketball teams.
Wheeling Park was the first in our group of pilot schools to train in the Peer Leader model. They were trained by Corinne Brisbois from the ... Continue Reading »
Leadership Teams Now in NINE Schools
Welcome back to Kim’s Korner!
Oh my gosh! I have some exciting news about our GameChanger schools and am so happy to share it with you! As I explained in my previous blog, much data collection has occurred over the first semester, including a recent Prevention Assessment. This assessment is helping us to better understand how our prevention initiatives are working and the challenges our local communities face. We ... Continue Reading »
Welcome Back! I want to share exciting developments.
Welcome back to Kim’s Prevention Korner! If you missed my first update, be sure to go back and check it out! It tells a little bit about me and about our pilot schools. I’ve been really busy out in the schools since my last post, but I wanted to share with you some exciting developments.
GameChanger is launching an education program endorsed by the United States ... Continue Reading »
Welcome to Kim’s Prevention Korner
I’m happy to be writing this to tell you all about the exciting things going on with GameChanger right now, but first, I’d like to introduce myself and tell a little bit about me! My name is Kim Legg and I am originally from Greenbrier County. I graduated from Greenbrier West High School and went on from there to attend Marshall University. There I earned a ... Continue Reading »