|Natasha Palmer, Education Stability Specialist from the Office of Student Support Services at the NJ Department of Education (right) presents the 2013 award to Rasheeidha Rodgers-Cox, Special Education Teacher from Jersey City.
Every two years, New Jersey Child Assault Prevention (NJCAP) honors individuals or groups that have contributed to the reduction of children's vulnerability with regard to abuse, neglect, bullying, or violence and trafficking. This year’s winners will be recognized at the biennial "NJ CAP Awards Luncheon" at the Princeton Hyatt Regency on March 28.
Nominations are due by Jan. 10 and will be reviewed by a committee of the NJCAP Advisory Board. The nomination form and instructions can be found at www.njcap.org. Questions? Call the NJCAP RTC office at 856–582–7000, ext. 158.
The NJCAP Project is a statewide community based prevention program that has been operating in New Jersey schools since 1985. It is a program of the New Jersey Department of Children and Families and is supported by the New Jersey Department of Education.