Stand Tall: Teach Respect and Prevent Bullying workshop

Antioch University Santa Barbara presents an event benefiting
The Carmen Alexander Memorial Scholarship

Suzanne PeckAn evening workshop with Suzanne Peck the filmmaker and author of: STAND TALL: Teach Respect & Prevent Bullying

STAND TALL is a solution-based multi media program that teaches students, teachers, parents, and school personnel how to prevent bullying and how to speak up when bullying occurs. STAND TALL demonstrates the best ways to respond to disrespectful behavior. Participants at this event will experience the program and see how to make bullying prevention a community wide initiative.  All students need to feel respected.

November 14, 2013, 5:30-7:30 pm
AUSB Community Hall
Free & Open to the Public

Register for Event

If you have any questions, please contact Hattie Husbands at 805-705-6747 or hhusbands[at]

Carmen AlexanderGive NowThere is no charge to attend, however, donations will go to support the Carmen Alexander Memorial Scholarship fund. Carmen Alexander was an AUSB student who passed away quite suddenly in February 2012. Everyone who knew Carmen recognized her warmth, generosity of spirit, and optimism. She was a loving mother and daughter, a treasured teacher, and radiant presence to everyone around her. Carmen taught at the Open Alternative School, and through her work she touched the lives of her students, their families, and their communities. Not content with all the good she was already doing, Carmen was also furthering her own education by working toward her Special Education Teaching Credential at Antioch University-Santa Barbara. The Carmen Alexander Memorial Scholarship was established to honor Carmen’s commitment to education by helping other aspiring teachers who will carry on her work with the children in our community.

We can accept your Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card contribution online, over the phone, or at the workshop.

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Antioch University is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) institution. Your donation is tax deductible. Every gift, large or small, is truly appreciated.  Please help us support AUSB’s greatest resource – our students.



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