Layton Youth Court

An opportunity to empower our community to fight against juvenile delinquency, provide youth with opportunities to learn about and participate in the community in a positive fashion, and to help hold youth accountable for their actions, give back to the community what has been lost, and build skills necessary to prevent further acts of delinquency in the future.

Davis Youth Summit

The Davis Youth Summit will be held Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 11 am - 10 pm at Viewmont High School in Bountiful, Utah. Viewmont High School will be a closed campus the day of the summit. Re-entry to the summit will not be permitted, unless circumstances allow. The summit begins at 11:00 a.m. and ends at 10:00 p.m. A full schedule is posted on the summit registration site.

It is for all Davis County teens age 13-18. The cost if $15 for early bird registration.

For registration info please visit http://www.davis.youthsummit.com

The purpose of the Youth Summit is to provide a constructive safe event, for Davis County teens to learn many prevention, safety, and self-help skills; provide opportunities for teens to engage in community service; and to provide a positive environment for networking with other teens in Davis County.

Youth who attend the Summit will be able to work off two "U" citizenship make up.

Students attending the Summit will be provided with a t-shirt, backpack, re-useable water bottle, lunch, snacks, dinner, and entertainment. The Summit will include a keynote speaker, breakout sessions and several service projects to participate in. After dinner we will have a stomp with a bounce house party.

The Key Note Speaker will be Brad Barton. Brad's customized keynotes magically move people Beyond Illusions. Remember, some barriers only seem real!

Rachel's Challenge will be speaking also. By turning the story of a tragic death at Columbine High School into a mission for change, Rachel's Challenge is helping create safer learning environments and making a world-wide impact. Rachel Scott was the first student killed at Columbine High School in 1999. Rachel left a legacy of reaching out to those who were different, who were picked on by others, or who were new at her school. Shortly before her death she wrote, "I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go." Rachel's Challenge was started by Rachel's dad and stepmom, Darrell and Sandy Scott when they realized that the writings and drawings Rachel left not only had an impact on her friends and classmates, but also resonated with students around the world. For more information contact Karlene Kidman at 801-668-3499.


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