Mickey and Minnie Mouse

Getting Involved With Discovery Academy in Toledo Ohio

Break Chains Make Changes

Hey folks,

Yesterday was a beautiful moment here at Break Chains Make Changes as we were proud to help encourage parents to get involved in their children’s education. Our efforts were for the latest parent teacher conference with Discovery Academy in Toledo Ohio.

Located on Central Avenue, the academy used the invest to engage parents and raise awareness for students’ success.

Being active in their students lives, parents are the ultimate roadway to success when it comes to raising a child’s awareness of education. We were there to help support families in the efforts to bridge the gap between achievement and success in every kid’s future.

Tagging along for the ride with us were, you guessed it, Mickey and Minnie Mouse!

What a delight it was for them to help share the love and joy that can be education. On hand to help kids encourage their relations with teachers, the pair were able to pose for the camera with fellow students while giving high five’s and hugs.

Check out the pictures below for a view of how we are closing the gap between families and education and raising awareness for how parents can impact a child’s education.

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As always, best and give the Glory to God!

 

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Fighting for father’s rights

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Yesterday was a proud moment for Break Chains Make Changes, as we teamed up with Joshua McDowell to raise awareness about father’s rights when it comes to child custody.

As you may know, in Lucas County, fathers often are denied custody of their children. We strongly believe that fathers are an integral part of a child’s life, and are committed to fighting for 50/50 split between both parents.

Fortunately, also taking up the battle is the McDowell, author of Accidental Dad, who also values the role of the father.

To help promote the cause, Josh led a protest outside the Toledo Family Court yesterday to raise awareness for this issue.

Joining our team was Michael Medlen, Carlos Rice, Jr., and Jarvis Moorman, all members of Break Chains Make Changes, who were happy to help hold signs and show support for the cause.

This is only the beginning of great things to come, and we look forward to working with Josh in the future. As always, God bless!

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