Teachers College of San Joaquin is hosting "A Conversation with Darrell Scott," founder of Rachel's Challenge and father of the first Columbine tragedy victim. It will be held next week and is open to the public.
San Joaquin County Superintendent of Schools Mick Founts' one-hour conversation with Scott is expected to leave viewers inspired to create a permanent, positive culture change in his or her school, business and community, according to a press release.
Scott's message focuses on anti-violence, anti-bullying and anti-prejudice.
He has embedded his daughter's acts of kindness and compassion into Rachel's Challenge, a program that creates a desire for positive change in the community.
The program begins at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the San Joaquin County Office of Education, Wentworth Education Center, 2707 Transworld Drive, Stockton. It is free. However, seating will be limited. Doors open at 6 p.m.
San Joaquin County Office of Education established the Teachers College of San Joaquin in 2009 as California's first graduate school to be established through a county office of education. To learn more about the Teachers College of San Joaquin, visit www.teacherscollegesj.org.
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