Former Washington Redskin, Tre Johnson, helps Code 3 prevent bullying

Former Washington Redskin, Tre Johnson, helps Code 3 prevent bullying

Former Washington Redskin, Tre Johnson, recently visited Kramer Junior High School to speak to the kids about Bully Awareness. Kramer Junior High School is a public school located in Washington D.C.. Their mission is to, “Ensure that every school guarantees students reach their full potential through rigorous and joyful learning experiences provided in a nurturing environment.” Those involved at the school strive to make sure the students feel loved, appreciated and are prepared to have a positive impact on society.

Johnson, along with Code 3’s DC Area Coordinator, Kevin Copeland and officers from the 6th Police District spoke to the students about bullying, making good choices, and the impact of social media. The presence of Johnson was greatly appreciated and only further encouraged the students to engage with the program, helping them truly understand the impact their choices can have on their lives from a figure they aspire to become!