‘Day at the Farm’ to Provide Peer Support For Marjory Stoneman Douglas Students

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By: Joey Weisler

The Broward County Public Schools Summer Resiliency Program invites middle and high school students in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas zone to attend “A Day at the Farm” hosted by Tomorrow’s Rainbow.

Tomorrow’s Rainbow works to combine peer facilitated support, therapeutic horsemanship, and expression through art, game and fun after tragic loss.

Come hang out with friends while relaxing with therapeutic horses both big and small. Pizza and snacks will be provided. Anyone that attends schools in the MSD zone including Parkland schools and Coral Springs Middle School are welcome to attend.

High schoolers will be eligible to earn service hours for time spent with animals. 

Don’t miss out on this therapeutic day on Tuesday, July 17, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Tomorrow’s Rainbow, located at 4341 NW 39th Ave, Coconut Creek, FL 33073.  Registration is free for all attendees and can be done online through visiting Tomorrow’s Rainbow.

Joey Weisler

Joey Weisler is a native to the city of Parkland and a homebred student of each of the Parkland schools (MSD class of 2013).  He has earned his BA in Communication Studies from Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in 2017 and his MA in English: Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) in 2018.  He hopes to make huge strides as an up-and-coming secondary English/Language Arts instructor.

Joey is also a nationally distributed screenwriter.  Catch his Pilot, “The Abnormals”, on the South Florida PBS-WPBT Spring 2018 series “Filmmaker”.  “The Abnormals” is a drama filmed in Parkland with South Florida talent (2015).