Anti-Bullying/ Anti-Abduction Presentation (7/22/12)

We would like to thank everyone who played a part in the Anti-Bullying/ Anti-Abduction Seminar held at Modern Warrior over the weekend.

Thank you Anna, for organizing the 2 hour class.  Thanks also to all of the participants–we were amazed at how such a young group could be both so energetic, yet focused.  Among the students, we saw many step up as role models during the class, including Dakota who offered to show another student how to do a technique she was struggling with.

A great time was had by all this weekend.

As always, we’d like to thank the instructors for volunteering their time.  We certainly could not have done this class with such a high level of quality without your help– thanks Arthur, Barry, Brian, Jeremy and Pat!


Wolverinz Merit Board

This May we began the Wolverinz Merit Board.

This is an opportunity to reward students who consistently exemplify leadership skills and exhibit self-discipline.

The Wolverinz program is more than just learning how to defend yourself, it is also about leadership. If you know the hows but do not have the confidence to do it, or the leadership qualities to stick up for someone else than you are less likely to use your skills.


Winter Break Camp Photos are Online

Modern Warrior’s Anti-Bullying and Self Defense Camp last week was a huge hit—but don’t take our word for it.

View photos by visiting our set on Flickr.

We mixed practical self defense with fun activities to keep kids active, safe and motivated.


What Would You Do if a Violent Intruder Entered your Classroom?

The recent tragedy at Chardon High School reminds us all of the unfortunate reality of violence in our schools.

On March 31st, join Modern Warrior for our well-researched Student Protection And Controlled Escape Program (SPACE).  This course will provide Administrators, Educators and School Personnel with the tools they need to handle incidents of bullying, and violent intruders entering their facilities.

Click here for more information. Contact Megan Gilroy at 631-226-8383 to register.