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Day of Learning - 5/24
Register today for the Annual Day of Learning on May 24, 2017!

The Center for Supportive Schools (CSS) and HiTOPS, Inc., invites you to attend the  Annual Teen PEP Day of Learning on May 24, 2017, in Mercerville, New Jersey.  

We will have over 300 Teen PEP Peer Educators, advisors and school administrators.  This is the perfect opportunity to see Teen PEP in action and  hear first-hand from students, advisors and administrators about the impact Teen PEP has had on their students and school culture.  Peer Educators will also perform the newest workshop editions.  Click here for a list of workshops that will be performed at this event.  

We will kick off our event with a continental breakfast and registration beginning at 8:15 a.m.  Our first workshop will begin at 9:00 a.m.  Over lunch, staff will provide a brief overview of Teen PEP and answer any questions you may have regarding the program. This will be followed by an interactive student panel whereby you will be able to engage students and faculty advisors in a question and answer session regarding their experiences in the program.   We will also highlight our NEW Teen PEP Middle School Program.

Please see here for a brief overview of Teen PEP and information about the Day of Learning, including registration materials. We hope you’ll join us. Breakfast, lunch, and fun will be provided at no cost to you! You can submit your registration form to Evelynn Moon or you can register online.  Please register by Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

If you have any questions about Teen PEP or the Day of Learning, please contact Catherine Nti at cnti@supportiveschools.org or by phone at (609) 252-9300, ext. 148.  We look forward to seeing you on May 24th, 2017!

About Teen PEP

The Teen Prevention Education Program (Teen PEP) is an evidence-based and school-based program that utilizes peer-to-peer education to increase responsible decision-making among students around issues of sexual health.  Additional information about Teen PEP can be found at www.teenpep.org.  Teen PEP is funded through a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health and is a collaboration between CSS and Hi-TOPS.  

Teen PEP program featured in Broadly magazine
Read Broadly magazine's article on Teen PEP and peer to peer sexual health education.

Day of Learning - 5/24
Register today for the Annual Day of Learning on May 24, 2017!

Impact Tracking Tool
Complete early for the chance to win a prize

Family Night & Community Impact Challenge
Enter for a chance to win $500!

Congratulations to Jacqueline Drennon on being named Teacher of the Year!
Jacqueline Drennon has been named Hunterdon Central Teacher of the Year. Click "read more" for further details about this accomplishment!

Teen PEP Informational Session in Camden, NJ
Please join the Center for Supportive Schools (CSS) on Wednesday, February 1, 2017, to learn more about how you can implement effective school-based peer mentoring programs at your school.

RESCHEDULED: Teen PEP 3-Day Residential Training
The Teen PEP 3-Day Residential Training will be held from March 8, 2017 - March 10, 2017.

Information about the Teen PEP webinar next week
Creating a Culture of Healthy Decision-Making in New Jersey High Schools through Peer Leadership

Teen PEP is now accepting application for the 2017-18 school year
If you are interested in joining the Teen PEP Network, please complete the Teen PEP application.

Perth Amboy High School Releases Teen PEP Video
Please watch this amazing video created by the 2015-2016 Perth Amboy High School Teen PEP Students. The video was produced by students in the Perth Amboy High School Film Program.

Northampton County HS Teen PEP Peer Educators Make Headlines
The Daily Herald featured the work of Northampton County High School's Peer Educators as they gear up the school's first year implementing Teen PEP. Download the PDF for the full, inspiring story.

Teen PEP in Cumberland County, NC Makes Headlines
Peer Educators from Cumberland County, NC schools perform at the county's annual Real Talk event, which attracts up to 500 parents each year. Read more at http://www.fayobserver.com/news/local/cumberland-county-teen-pregnancy-touches-everyone/article_86e78335-4514-52c6-acb8-68acff18e184.html.

Franklin High School Creates Teen PEP Video
The peer educators of Franklin High School in New Jersey, with the help of a talented film student, have created a video to show the importance of the program--and Family Night.

New Jersey Information Session
New Jersey high school administrators and staff are invited to attend the 20th Annual Day of Learning and information session to learn more about how to bring Teen PEP to their schools with funding support from the NJ Department of Health. Click to read more and for registration details.

Currituck High School Makes Headlines!
Currituck High School in North Carolina featured in local paper for the amazing work they're doing in Teen PEP. Read the full article here!

Pleasantville Teen PEP Makes Headlines
Pleasantville, NJ Teen PEP Peer Educators get news coverage for their Family Night Event.

Now Recruiting Schools!
If you are a NJ or NC school in need of a FREE evidence-based, course-for-credit, peer-led health program, we want to hear from you!

New Teen PEP Curriculum
A new, improved version of the Teen PEP Curriculum will be rolled out at this fall's October Advanced Training for the current Teen PEP network of advisors and stakeholders.

PCLT & HiTOPS, Inc. Respond to $4.8 million grant
Princeton's Town Topics interview with Daniel Oscar, President & CEO of PCLT, and Elizabeth Casparian, Executive Director of HiTOPS, Inc. captures the organizations' responses to the federal grant awarded to Teen PEP. For the full-text article, click on the link below.

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The Teen Prevention Education Program (Teen PEP) is a collaboration among the Center for Supportive Schools, HiTOPS, Inc., and the primary program sponsor of the sites in New Jersey, the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services.

Sponsors of the sites in North Carolina include the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Adolescent Health (OAH), the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services’ Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiatives (TPPI), and The Duke Endowment.


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