IT'S NOT ALWAYS EASY TO TEACH KIDS ABOUT BULLYING AND SELF ESTEEM.
BUT IN THIS WEEK'S COOL SCHOOLS, HILARY ZALLA INTRODUCES US TO A GROUP
OF FRIENDS WHO ARE MAKING A BIG DIFFERENCE FOR YOUNG STUDENTS.
Dynasty is visiting River's Edge Montessori School in Dayton. The
program teaches students about bullying, self esteem, and hygiene.
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MVP Dynasty was started by a group of friends from Trotwood who wanted to make a difference in Miami Valley youth.
Dejanay says the students listen to his team because they try to be relatable and teach the sentitive topics in a fun way.
Yep, basketball is the hidden secret...
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They believe that through basektball...kids can learn a whole lot.
The program also teaches zumba and cardio kick boxing, too, but
basketball is the main event. The team incorporates lessons into the
game...and it seems to be working.
Click here for more on the MVP Dynasty.
Friday, November 8 2013, 10:40 AM EST
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