MPY Executive Director Margie Daniels (right) with Sudbury Police Chief Scott Nix and Michele Gay, founder of Safe and Sound, at the 19th annual School Safety Summit
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan presents Billerica Police Deputy Chief Roy Frost with the Citizenship in Action Award at the 2014 School Safety Summit
David Solet, General Counsel for the Middlesex District Attorney, presents a cyber safety program at Watertown Middle School
The annual School Attendance Summit was held Oct. 6, 2014
District Attorney Marian Ryan presents the Schettini Award to Sudbury Police Chief Scott Nix at the annual Superintendents' and Chiefs' Breakfast
Members of the MPY Board of Directors gather at the annual Superintendents' and Chiefs' Breakfast in Waltham on Oct. 9, 2014
MPY Executive Director Margie Daniels, MDAO General Counsel David Solet, and MPY Director of Programs and Outreach Stephanie Guyotte
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan honors Melissa Medina, the winner of the 2014 Poster Project.
District Attorney Marian Ryan was joined by Chief Cormier and two Austin Prep alumni, John Verner, Chief of the Criminal Bureau for the Attorney General's Office, and Assistant District Attorney Sarah Fallon, at the "It Can Wait" Assembly at Austin Prep.
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan honored more than 85 middle school students for their leadership, judgment, and positive decision making at the annual Middle School Peer Leadership Conference.
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan encouraged Wakefield High School students not to text and drive.
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan presents donation to Reading High School's substance-free post-prom party
Following a presentation by District Attorney Marian Ryan, Somerville Superintendent Tony Pierantozzi, and Cory Mashburn, director of Prevention in Somerville, Somerville HS seniors pledge to be substance free at the senior prom
District Attorney Marian Ryan, MPY Executive Director Margie Daniels, MDAO General Counsel Dave Solet, and Dr. Daniel Jacobs at the 2014 SECURE Conference
FOX25 Anchor Melissa Mahon and District Attorney Marian Ryan honor the students from Nashoba Tech for their winning video in the 2014 PSA Project
Spotlight: YOU LEAD Conferences for Middle and High School Students
Peer Leadership Conference High School: January 9, 2015
Peer Leadership Conference Middle School: January 16, 2015
The Youth Everywhere Abstaining from Drugs (YOU LEAD) program is designed to empower participants to reinforce healthy decision making skills. The program objective is to support and empower drug-free youth; a population that has often been ignored in a culture that reflects use of alcohol and other drugs by adolescents as the norm.
Participants should be youth who are committed to a lifestyle free of alcohol and drug use, including but not limited to existing youth groups such as SADD, Peer Leadership, and athletes/captains.
Presented by Middlesex Partnerships for Youth and the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association.
8:30 am – 1:45 pm
Lasell College, de Witt Hall
1844 Commonwealth Ave, Newton
Registration begins at 8:00 am
Cost: $20 per student (includes light breakfast and lunch)
High School Registration Form - http://middlesexpartnershipsforyouth.com/pdf/Peer_Leadership_conference_2015_HS.pdf
Middle School Registration Form - http://middlesexpartnershipsforyouth.com/pdf/Peer_Leadership_conference_2015_MS.pdf
who we are
Middlesex Partnerships for Youth, Inc. (MPY), in partnership with the Middlesex District Attorney's Office, is a 501(c)(3) organization which provides training, fosters collaboration, and develops initiatives to increase students' safety, health and learning in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. learn more
MPY is committed to engaging parents, educators and students in collaborative dialogues with law enforcement, social service agencies, and community-based organizations.
Such interactions provide the foundation for creating solution-oriented, community-based, multi-disciplinary approaches to address important issues that impact youth. learn more