Anti-Bullying, Diversity & Disability Awareness Assembly at Stevens

Anti-Bullying, Diversity & Disability Awareness Assembly at Stevens
Posted on 10/18/2016
Anti-Bullying, Diversity & Disability Awareness Assembly at StevensPort Angeles, Wash. – Stevens Middle School will host an Anti-Bullying, Diversity & Disability Awareness Assembly on Friday, October 21 at 1:00 p.m. in the Stevens Main Gym, 1139 West 14th Street, featuring speaker Michael Corsini.  Community members are invited to attend.

Information from Corsini Enterprises, Inc:
As a public speaker, Michael Corsini has a very important and powerful message he communicates to audiences throughout Western Washington.  Over the past 18 years, he has successfully communicated this message to more than 150,000 youth, parents, and educators at various schools, community groups, churches, and other related venues throughout the region that work with individual ranging in age from 5-18+ years of age.

Specifically, the message Michael communicates addresses decision making that involves “Thinking Safe” (Injury Prevention) and Treating Others with Respect Who we Perceive as Different” (Anti-Bullying).

Regarding these topics, listeners are challenged with the message that 1) for every choice they make there will be a consequence, either good or bad, 2) the consequences of their choices not only impact them but also the people around them, 3) some consequences are permanent and last a lifetime, and 4) thinking about the possible consequences before performing the action could save their life and/or the lives of those around them.

Corsini is permanently disabled with quadriplegia due to poor decision making while a teen.  As such, he is able to relate his message to listeners in a most relevant, compelling, and otherwise effective way.

For additional assistance, contact:

Tina Smith-O'Hara
Communications and Community Relations Coordinator
Port Angeles School District