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important Message to the Parents/Legal Guardians of EC Jr. High and High School Students

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ATTENTION PARENTS 

OR 

LEGAL GUARDIANS

OF STUDENTS AT EAST CHAMBERS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL

 

On Friday, May 4, 2018, Sgt. Bill Davis from Beaumont, Texas will be at East Chambers Junior High School and East Chambers High School.  Sgt. Davis is a thirty-six year veteran with the Beaumont, Texas Police Department.  Sgt. Davis spent most of his career with Beaumont P.D. investigating over 7,500 incidents of child abuse and sex crimes.  Sgt. Davis retired January 31, 2008 as an active police officer.  In retirement, he still utilizes much of his time as a recognized speaker, presenting programs to audiences throughout Texas, nationally, and internationally.  To date, Sgt. Davis has spoken to over 300,000 people throughout the world.  Sgt. Davis will present his 90-minute program, “Sex and the Law,” to the junior high school and high school students on the above date.  His program IS NOT a sex education program.  Texas law holds its citizens accountable from their TENTH BIRTHDAY through the rest of their life for their actions.   Because of this accountability, Sgt. Davis created this program over thirty years ago, which has been presented in hundreds of schools and to over 150,000 students throughout Texas.  His program is very positive and upbeat and promotes abstinence.  It discusses Texas criminal and civil laws in regard to sexual incidents involving dating, dating violence, bullying, sex-ting, drugs, alcohol, and other situations confronting our teenagers.  Parents are invited and encouraged to attend these presentations. 

If for some reason you DO NOT wish for your child to attend this presentation that will inform him/her of their legal rights and liabilities, please return this completed form prior to the date of the presentation.

 

STUDENT ASSEMBLY- FRIDAY- HS AUDITORIUM

JH, Grades 6-8, 8:25-10:00 AM

High School 10:15-11:50 AM





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