The Bay Echo Association, a teen-parent collaborative community initiative, seeks to inform, counsel, and support both teenagers and parents by offering valuable insight on social issues encountered in the everyday lives of teens and creating a safe environment for conversation. Our goal is to fuel lasting understanding and ultimately strengthen family bond.
On Sunday, May 26 2013 from 4:00pm - 6:00pm there will be a fundraising event for the earthquake in Ya-an, Sichuan, China. It will be a joint performance between the CPAA Youth Performing Group and BayEcho Teens Speak Out Team. Please come out and support the fundraiser!
Bayecho Teens Speak Out and CPAA joint event: Earthquake Relief Promo Video #1:
Bayecho Teens Speak Out Movie #1:
Thank you to everyone who came out to Lynbrook to hear our presentation on Social Media, Video Games, and the Internet! We had a great audience turnout and had lots of positive responses. Also, thanks so much to everyone who made this possible, including Ms. Davidson, Lynbrook's principal; Mrs. Ward, president of Lynbrook's PTSA; our advisor, Delinda Samp; and, of course, all the teens that presented today and their parents.
You can find the Powerpoint that we used today, as well as past presentations, here: http://bayecho.org/node/69
We look forward to seeing you all again!
Bayecho Teens Speak Out at Lynbrook Part #1: General Introduction, The Internet, Video Games
Bayecho Teens Speak Out at Lynbrook Part #2: Cyberbullying, A Parent's Perspective, Privacy
Bayecho Teens Speak Out at Lynbrook Part #3: Privacy, Q&A
First place：Snapshots: What you mean to me as a dad
Aurora Zhang，10th grade（2012－2013），King Academy high school
Second place： Hang On, Dad
Clifford Lee，10th（2012－2013），Mission San Jose high school
Third place： Flying in the wind
Emily Chen , 12th（2012－2013），Fremont High School
Bayecho Teens Speak Out Series #1: General Introduction
Bayecho Teens Speak Out Series #2: The Internet
Teens Speak Out 2013: School Life, Social Life, and Family Life:
Teens Speak Out 2012: Social Media, Video Games, and the Internet:
Teens Speak Out 2011 seminar powerpoint: communication, success and pressures, and dating:
Powerpoint: 2011 High School Reflections seminar: