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DECA members will deliver the yell and tell program

12:48 AM, Feb. 7, 2013  |  Comments
D.C. Everest DECA members pose with their Yell and Tell program certifications.
D.C. Everest DECA members pose with their Yell and Tell program certifications.
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With the help of Aspirus Wausau Hospital, 18 D.C. Everest DECA members became certified trainers to deliver the Yell and Tell program to kindergarten classes.

The DECA members will present the program Feb. 20 and Feb. 27 to students at five elementary schools in the D.C. Everest Area School District.

Yell and Tell is an educational program designed to provide children from preschool through second grade with rules and guidelines for potentially dangerous situations.

With this in mind, the D.C. Everest DECA chapter's mission is to help make the community safer. The program teaches children how to take action in dangerous situations through four main steps: see it, feel it, yell and tell.

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