Parents for P.R.I.D.E. (Neighbors United for Compassion) is organized to promote healthy practices in community youth activities. Our goal is to increase the awareness of bullying and to reduce all forms of negative behavior involving both adults and children in youth sports, after school activities, and anywhere in our neighborhoods or electronically.
The PRIDE philosophy focuses on the core principles of Protect, Respect, Influence, Develop and Encourage. We Protect our children, Respect each other, offer positive Influence to the children, help Develop the proper fundamentals, Encourage teamwork,and teach kindness and compassion.
We work with community members, community leaders, community organizations, schools, coaches, parents, and children to present positive behavioral environments where all may learn new skills, gain self-confidence, and have fun. The integration of community activities and school environment that is bully free ultimately leads to success inside and outside of the classroom.
Resulting in safer communities and neighborhoods that are free from alcohol, tobacco, other drugs and violence.
Thank you to the Mars Area Public Library Board Members for their volunteer work they provide to our organization. Visit the Mars Area Public Library website for tools that inform, inspire and create possibilities.
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Be a STAR
Promotes positive methods of social interaction and encourages people to treat others as equals and with respect.
Be a STAR promotes a positive and equitable social environment for everyone regardless of age, race, religion or sexual orientation through grassroots efforts beginning with education and awareness. "Be a STAR is a tremendous program which provides kids and their teachers with positive tools to prevent bullying. The Educators Resource Guide offers non-threatening, non-humiliating solutions to a problem that causes more than 150,000 young people to miss school every day. WWE and The Creative Coalition have launched an anti-bullying campaign that is substantive enough for adults and cool enough for kids." - Solomon Alexander, St. Louis Sports Commission.details