Students ages 4 to 15 years old can get their kicks at a free anti-bullying martial arts course on November 2nd at 1:00 pm. This class will teach both basic self-defense techniques and the importance of leadership, discipline, confidence and respect. Pamela Cohen, bullying prevention advocate and head instructor of Warrior Martial Arts, offers the course. Pamela has taught similar anti-bullying lessons throughout Frisco ISD schools including Pink Elementary, Nichols Elementary and Purefoy Elementary.
“Warrior Martial Arts provides an outstanding program that teaches students to be confident and self-assured individuals,” says Pink Elementary Principal Bethany Rowan. “The approach used helps students to develop the necessary skill to tackle the challenges of today’s youth.”
If a child exhibits some of the following signs, it’s possible they’re being bullied:
Coming home from school late
Students may take longer routes home or skip the bus to avoid bullies.
Frequently claim after-school activities were cancelled
If a child stops attending what used to be their favorite activity, bullies may be keeping them away.
Becoming upset after receiving text-messages or going online
Even after the school day ends, older kids may face cyber-bullying.
This free class will be held at Warrior Martial Art’s new Frisco locations at 8822 Teel Parkway, Suite #400, Frisco, Texas. The other recently opened Little Elm location for Warrior Martial Arts at 2833 Eldorado Parkway will hold its regularly scheduled classes on November 2nd. For more information call (972) 334-0213.