Harmony at Home Events and Awards

 

Join us on August 11th at CVAC for an hour of cycling to support Harmony At Home with our Bullying Prevention efforts! As you can see from the CVAC events page each hour has a theme and we have been encouraged to “dress the part”!  According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 21% of students ages 12-18 have experienced bullying. So, CVAC has challenged us to obtain 21 points to ‘break the cycle’ and be entered into their grand prize raffle. 
 
Within the Harmony At Home Bullying Prevention program, there have been great improvements with many of their school partners. 
  • Fear of bullying among 3rd through 5th grade girls and boys has decreased by 10%
  • Verbal bullying has decreased by 16%
  • Exclusion has decreased by 9%
  • Student reporting to teachers has increased by 60%
Learn more about the Harmony At Home Bullying Prevention Programs here.
Thank you for your support!

In 2018 Harmony At Home was interviewed by Carmel Magazine and we asked to highlight one of our schools, Monterey Park Elementary School, in Salinas City Elementary School District. As you can see from these pictures below, we incorporated student and staff leaders to demonstrate how a partnership of all stakeholders can create a safe school framework to ensure that everyone feels  supported both emotionally and academically. Click here to read the full article.

Our 9th annual Harmony At Home luncheon at Corral De Tierra Golf Club had a record breaking turnout this year thank you to our incredible table captains, supporters, sponsors, and speakers! Thank you for those that came from all corners of Monterey County and beyond! Enjoy our photo highlights!

On 4/27/17 Harmony At Home was the 2017 recipient of the Monterey County School Boards Association’s “Excellence in Education Award.”

Harmony At Home’s mission is to end the cycles of violence and abuse by empowering children and young adults with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to lead healthy and productive lives.

Pinkie Weesner receives the Dr. Eldredge Community Service Award

On April 5, 2017, Ms. Frances “Pinkie” Weesner was honored with the Dr. Gene Eldredge Community Service Award from the Child Abuse Prevention Council. Pinkie has been directly responsible for helping Harmony At Home create a more peaceful and safe school and community environment in Salinas. This morning, we had the opportunity to honor her work, dedication, passion and success in helping to stop violence in our schools. Thank you, Pinkie!

Harmony At Home receives the Salinas City Council Award of Champions on August 16, 2016.