Posted: Sep 18, 2012 7:28 AM
Updated: Sep 18, 2012 7:28 AM
An education program with the goal to reduce the high school drop out rate is expanding into Baton Rouge. The CHOICES program, formed in Seattle, Washington, uses volunteers to meet with junior high students encouraging them to stay in school.
National director, Leo Muller along with Katie Blunshi stopped by 2une In to explain the program.
To learn more about CHOICES, a concert and informational will be held tonight at First United Methodist Church on North Blvd at 7pm in Baton Rouge.
Also visit www.choices.org or call 888-CHOICES.