Gang info session for parents

An experienced investigator and a former gang member will join an information session for parents of elementary and secondary students

Cloverdale parents are invited to an upcoming session at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary called End Gang Life, presented by the school’s Parent Advisory Council on Feb. 11.

The hour-long presentation will include Cst. Jordan McLellan, an experienced gang investigator and gang enforcement officer. He’ll explain the myths and realities of the gang lifestyle. Former gang member Jordan Buna will also speak, sharing his life story and choices. The evening will wrap up with a question and answer session.

Parents of children attending local feeder elementary schools, as well as those attending Clayton Heights and Lord Tweedsmuir secondaries are invited to attend.

It starts at 7 p.m. in the theatre at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary, 6151 180 Street.

Those unable to attend can visit the End Gang Life website.

 

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