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Stopping bullying through speeches

December 29, 2011

EAST GREENWICH — Cole Middle School students will have a case to make about bullying in schools when members of its Co-Leaders program visit Eldredge Elementary School next month.

Last week, Phil Goldman came to Cole to help those students present it.
Goldman, producer and host of Livebait, a monthly performance in Providence where people share their stories in six minutes or less, met the students to help polish their presentations and speaking skills.

“I try to shape their speeches, with a good beginning, and help them with concluding it,” he said.

For more on the story, check out the Dec. 29 edition of the East Greenwich Pendulum.

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Phil Goldman at Cole - a COA presentation

January 4, 2012 by lisa sussman, 3 years 47 weeks ago
Comment: 185

Phil Goldman was brought to Cole by the Cultural Organization of the Arts (COA), a local nonprofit organization created to provide all forms of performance arts to East Greenwich public school children. This was an exciting new venture for COA and we could not have been more pleased with how Phil worked with the kids and helped them to shape their stories. For more information on COA, please contact the EGSD. Thank you. Lisa Sussman, COA Director


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