Upcoming Events

Monday, May 18th

Pasadena Memorial High School

4:30 PM

 

Saturday, June 13th
Summer Leadership Institute
San Antonio, Marriott Rivercenter
“The Game Kids Are Dying to Play”

 

Wednesday, June 17th (open to the public)

Car Club

7:00 PM

 

Friday, June 19th (open to the public)

Texas Choking Game

1:30 PM

 

Saturday, June 20th
Summer Leadership Institute
Ft. Worth, Renaissance Worthington
“The Game Kids Are Dying to Play”

 

What attendees are saying about the workshops:

“This workshop was very informative. I not only work with students but have two children of my own, it definitely pulled at my heart strings. I will look for warning signs and warn students I hear talking about this game. I want to get the word out to “stop the choking game” for the love of Jenny!!”

 

“What an awesome thing that the Morgan family was willing to address this subject so others will know about it and be able to warn those who may be participating. It was very helpful to find out the warning signs. It was a necessary seminar but quite heart-wrenching. Hopefully the information along with all of those who attended will save many lives.”

 

“I think the officer should go campus to campus and speak of “THE GAME”. I learned a lot from this and now with the knowledge I have received about “THE GAME” I will turn around and look for signs on our students. I also wanted to say “Thank You” to everyone that contributed to this program. The program was a good way to reach out.”

 

“I am so thankful for this presentation and the knowledge shared. I have 3 grandsons I love deeply and I am so grateful to the Morgan family for sharing and for Officer O’Quinn explaining how this could happen to anyone.”

 

“Very moving and informative presentation. I was aware of the choking game, but honestly did not know it was so dangerous. So far I have spoken with each of my classes today about it- many kids have done it or know people who have. I have been telling them the risks involved, and educating them by passing on what I learned yesterday. I really want to thank the presenters, and Jenny’s family for having the strength to share their story with others to raise awareness.”

 

“Very well presented. I learned a lot about the Choking Game that I had never heard of. The Morgan Family did an excellent job of letting the audience be aware of what can happen right under your own roof. Every parent should be aware. Thanks for all of your hard work in getting the materials together for this workshop. Great Job.”

 

“One of the most memorable trainings I’ve ever had and one that impacted me tremedously. I don’t think I will ever view the world the same. In fact, every opportunity I get I will educate people about this deadly game. One suggestion, you might suggest that one of the requirements for attendance is for participants to bring their own tissue. Great job to Officer O’Quinn and God bless the Morgan family and the many other families that lost their love ones in this manner.”

 

“I learned a lot about the Choking Game.  The testimonial the Morgan family gave was very touching and taught me what signs to look for in adolescents.  The information I learned will be discussed with other members of my family in hopes to teach many others of this deadly game.  This was a very good presentation.”

 

“This training was moving and motivating. Many tragedies can be prevented just by what we learned. I have so much admiration for the Morgan family and for our Police Dept for their commitment to educate in order to end this activity among students. Thank you for providing this intimate view of a subject about which many of us were uninformed. “

 

“I am a nurse for an elementary school and before this training I never would have imagined that it could be an issue in this age group. I will certainly be more alert to the clues I learned about. I want to thank Officer O’Quinn for his work and dedication to this problem and certainly to the Morgan family for being brave enough to share the story of their precious daughter and sister and their determination to stop this terrible thing from happening to more children.”

 

Completed Workshops

Monday, March 9th
4:45 PM – 6:45 PM
Pasadena Memorial High School

 

We will be coming out for the first time as a family to speak about “The Choking Game”. Office Cliff O’Quinn with the Pasadena ISD Police department will be presenting an educational workshop followed by personal testimonies from our family. This workshop is for teachers and educators.

 

Update: This workshop could only hold 625 and as of today, it is full. Please check back often for updates on future workshops.

 

Thursday, March 12th

6:00 PM

Channelview High School

Parent Education Workshop

Monday, March 30th

4:45 PM – 6:45 PM

Pasadena Memorial High School

Teachers and Educators Workshop

 

This workshop was opened up for the overflow from the first workshop that was booked to capacity.

Tuesday, April 7th (open to the public)

Gardens Elementary

1:00 PM

 

Young Elementary

6:30 PM  

 

Tuesday, April 14th (open to the public)

Pasadena Guidance Center

2:00 PM

 

Wednesday, April 15th (open to the public)

Turner Elementary

6:00 PM

 

Thursday, April 16th (open to the public)

Burnett Elementary

4:30 PM

 

Thursday, April 23rd (open to the public)

Matthys Elementary

3:30 PM

 

Matthys Elementary

6:30 PM

 

Tuesday, April 28th

Pasadena Memorial High School

7:30 AM

For student assembly only

 

Wednesday, April 29th

Pasadena Memorial High School

7:30 AM

For student assembly only

 

Thursday, April 30th

Pasadena Memorial High School

7:30 AM

For student assembly only

 

Friday, May 1st

Pasadena Memorial High School

7:30 AM

For student assembly only

 

Tuesday, May 5th

Sheldon ISD

8:30 AM

For teachers of the district only

 

Monday, May 11th

South Main Baptist Church

6:30 PM

 

 

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