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And they'll tell two friends.
Clarkson Community at Peace

And so on. And so on. Can a small handful of people change the world with a bit of passion and a whole lot of enthusiasm?

Absolutely! In this story, you’ll learn how one parent’s concern over traffic and safety issues turned into a program at one school and then grew into a community-wide approach to safety and bullying prevention. Now, six different schools, parents, community agencies like Peel Public Health, settlement workers and more throughout the area are involved.

Why stop at the edge of a school yard when an entire community can benefit?

Read the story (PDF 169KB, 2 page spread)

Learn more about programs featured in this story:
- Playground Activity Leaders in Schools (P.A.L.S.)
- Peel Safe and Active Routes to School (P.S.A.R.T.S.)

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