Parents like Aaron Wemple haven't seen their children for decades. "New school" to them is reaching out and researching information about their children. Then they nominating their children for an award for doing something great. Contemporary Parents hear those nominations, motion to award those children, second the motion, and then vote whether or not to award children into their respective child safety files. Christian Adams (formerly known as Christian Wemple), for example, was awarded safety file entry for being a 10th grade honor roll student at Edwardsville High School. Corey Wemple was also awarded safety file entry for being in the Nation Honor Society in 2009. Both Christian and and Corey are now blessed to have people who thought of them and cared enough about them to hear and file positive acts in their honor. Normally, it cost thousands of dollars to keep bad records out of fighting files. But now, it's free to put good records into child safety files. That's what we learn in Contemporary Parents class in partnership with Decatur Township. Oh, what a joyous day it is!
"Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness."
- Desmond Tutu
Is there something positive and encouraging that you would nominate your child for?