Our mission is to promote healthier individuals, improve academic achievement and enrich the lives of the youth in the Southeast Texas community by providing positive youth engagement programs and community service involvement activities! Our vision is to educate the youth in our community with age and developmentally appropriate knowledge and skills that will not only impact and enrich their lives but the lives of everyone around them!
Our home office is located in China, Texas. Our programs are conducted at community centers, libraries, schools, day cares, churches and other youth organizations in China, Nome, Sour Lake and other Southeast Texas communities. To have a program conducted at your location, please contact our office during business hours (Monday through Thursday from 9am to 3pm).
Call/text (409) 679-7367
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
LEARN and the American Red Cross is committed to helping the youth become better prepared for a disaster or emergency. We work closely with schools, scout groups, and youth-serving organizations to raise awareness of disaster risk and build resiliency among young people. Our age-appropriate preparedness materials and trainings educate youth with engaging activities and easy action steps. Each program presentation has individual lesson plans for Grades K-2nd; Grades 3rd-5th; Grades 6th-8th; Grades 9th-12th.
This program offers classes to the youth ages 5 to 18 years old in the Southeast Texas community and includes informative and certification First Aid and CPR classes, Babysitter's Training, personal hygiene, bloodborne pathogens and more! These classes will help the youth recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies and much more! It will also teach skills that the youth need to know to give immediate care to a suddenly injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive and take over.
The Longfellow's WHALE Tales is part of the American Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety program. The American Red Cross believes that one way to help reduce drowning incidents among children ages 5 through 12 is to teach water safety education in elementary schools and other youth programs such as those programs the LEARN organization provides to the youth in the Southeast Texas community.
*These classes are informative and not in water training at this time.