Character education, visual arts: utilizing film and speech, emotional well being, suicide prevention, substance abuse

                                   

Steve Mason – Tough Topics: The Rippling Effects of Suicide

BOCES ID

2582

For

Middle school, High school

Categories

Character Education, Health, Visual Arts

Curriculum

Visual Arts

Costs

1,800.00 per presentation
Teacher/family/community presentations available as well
Two schools sharing a day may be offered a discount. Contact us for more information on pricing with a partner school.

Dates Available

2019-2020 school year

https://toughtopics.org/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FU4gquHMRsw&feature=youtu.be

Program Theme

Character education, visual arts: utilizing film and speech, emotional well being, suicide prevention, substance abuse

Program Description

Actor/stunt performer/author/speaker Steve Mason screens his 21-minute film EIGHT. EIGHT tells the story of Steve’s father (a former Long Island police officer) who commits suicide. Steve as an eight-year old boy would find the body. After the film, Steve takes the audience on a journey of his life and explains how suicide affects many more people than the one person committing suicide. Q&A to follow.

Phone

(516) 375-1964

Address

1958 Croydon Drive
Merrick, N.Y. 11566

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