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Department of Education
the 2020 Chapter and Advisor Excellence Award Recipients:
Clinton-Mendenhall Elementary School, FNLK, G.G.U.S.D.
Marie L. Hare High School, FNL, G.G.U.S.D.
Project Access Park Vista Apartments, FNLK
Cynthia Ting, Magnolia High School, FNL, A.U.H.S.D.
Pamela Sepulveda, Casa Youth Shelter, FNL
The Orange County Friday Night Live Partnership (OCFNLP) program engages young people in prevention activities on school campuses and in community-based organizations. Under the guidance of an advisor, youth focus on making an impact in the areas of substance abuse prevention and other concerns that affect their schools and communities.
The program encourages young people to take responsibility by creating and coordinating activities and service projects that benefit their peers, schools, and communities. This youth-driven model develops 21st century competencies in the areas of leadership, communication, team building, and problem solving. In addition to building a stronger connection among youth, significant adults, and their communities, these important skills prepare students for college and careers.
OCFNLP consists of three programs:
Friday Night Live (FNL) for high school-age youth
Club Live (CL) for middle school-age youth
Friday Night Live Kids (FNL Kids) for upper elementary-age youth
Click here to view the
FNL in 30 Seconds video!