Eighth-graders learn Keys to Success in high school

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Eighth-graders learn Keys to Success in high school

Students learn advocacy, positive self-image and relationship skills
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Eighth-graders learn Keys to Success in high school

More than 500 eighth-graders from La Plata County participated in the annual Keys To Success program for boys and girls preparing to enter high school. The program was held on the campus of Fort Lewis College on Thursday. At the “Rhythm of Your Life” workshop, boys practiced drumming to learn how to advocate for themselves and others.
Escalante Middle School eighth-grader Warner Becher concentrates on his drum during the “Rhythm of Your Life” workshop at the annual Keys To Success conference for students preparing to enter high school. The conference was held at Fort Lewis College on Thursday.
Naomi Huffman-Wood prepares a punch in the session “Fight Like A Girl” on the campus of Fort Lewis College on Thursday during the annual Keys To Success program for eighth-graders preparing to enter high school. A Durango High School junior, she served as a mentor, answering questions about the school.
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