LCIF Brings Lions Quest Program to 12,000+ Children in West Virginia Schools
Beginning in early November, 21 schools in Wood County, West Virginia will begin participating in Lions Quest – a kindergarten through 12th-grade life skills and positive youth development program supported by the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF).
The program will help create a positive school climate for students and teachers, focusing on social and emotional learning to help students effectively manage emotions; building positive relationships and preventing bullying; and making responsible decisions to prevent drug use. Through Lions Quest, Wood County Schools have the assistance needed to meet the state standard requirements of establishing drug-free, violence-free and harassment-free schools.
LCIF supports the large-scale humanitarian service of Lions members worldwide. Read the press release to learn more about the current implementation and benefits of Lions Quest programs in West Virginia schools, thanks to dedicated support from our project partner, NoVo Foundation. To contribute to Lions clubs’ global missions, make a donation to LCIF today.
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