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The World As It Could Be Is Within Reach Rite-of-Passage Performance May 30 6-7:30 p.m. Arroyo High School Cafeteria A Rite-of-Passage is a ceremony or event marking an important stage is someone’s life. Students have been studying the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the importance of a healthy community, and how they can contribute in a […]
In early December 2017, the Arroyo Rite of Passage class participants began the process of identifying their Community Action Project. The first class discussion centered on selecting the three UDHR Articles they associated most closely with community issues that concerned them. The result of this discussion is illustrated in this document titled Priority UHDR Articles […]
Tuesday, September 12th marked the start of Arroyo High School’s 2017-18 class of The World As It Could Be Is Within Reach Rite of Passage Program, once again under the leadership of Arroyo teacher Jorja Santillan. Last January, we initiated a pilot of the Rite of Passage program as an after school offering at Arroyo. […]
TWAICB Director Sandy Sohcot writes: Following recent events in Charlottesville and the subsequent responses from the president, we posted via Facebook and Twitter about how the Universe of Obligation could be an inspiration to speak up, as described in this blog post. We also shared this link to our Resources for Speaking Up, which we hope you’ll find helpful. The Universal Declaration […]
Watch the video! On May 31st, the 11 Arroyo High School students who took part in The World As It Could Be Is Within Reach Rite of Passage put on their culminating presentation to an audience of family, friends and community members.
TWAICB Director Sandy Sohcot says: Since January 24th, 11 wonderful Arroyo High School students have been meeting each Tuesday as participants in The World As It Could Be Is Within Reach Rite of Passage Program. As with our first two Rite of Passage classes, the students gain knowledge about what makes community healthy and vibrant, and […]
TWAICB Director Sandy Sohcot writes: It feels as if we’re being battered by a Category 5 hurricane of shifting, conflicting visions of American values and priorities. Adding to the turmoil: major challenges in accessing truthful, accurate information. We’ve compiled some resources for evaluating information, particularly from online sources, as well as how to effectively communicate […]