Grover Cleveland Students Learn To Be Safe, Strong And Free

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RAHWAY — The NJ Child Assault Prevention Project visited Grover Cleveland students in Rahway. This program teaches children how to recognize and deal with potentially dangerous situations. Pre-K through 5th grade students learned from role-play and guided group discussions the most common assault experiences children encounter. Most importantly, students learned they have the right to be Safe, Strong and Free.


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