At the 2016 Girls' Day Out, some 7th graders discussed how words on social media can hurt. With the guidance of Kristina Graves, Mont Pleasant Library Media Specialist, and Victoria Abdullay, Oneida ELA teacher, they produced a public service announcement. Click here to view the video PSA.
Ebony Belmar brought along her student, Lucy, to the Upstate Latino Summit in Albany to serve on a panel during a Youth Engagement Workshop. Ebony reports: "Lucy and I talked about the benefits of Girls' Day Out & Girls' Circles – how being around positive women has helped her to make good choices about her future. Lucy talked about how Girls' Circles gives her a chance to meet girls that might not normally talk to her and it gives her a chance to learn more about other girls & their culture. Lucy was a good choice because she is quiet and would usually get ...
8th Annual Girls' Day Out To be held on November 16 at the Glen Sanders Mansion and this year's theme is Resilience ~ "Still I Rise". It's an empowering & inspirational day, leaving 150 seventh-grade girls feeling supported & special.
At our first Girls Day Out event, one of the girls wrote this poem: