Achiever McBeaver Character Education Begins Production Work On Bullying Prevention Sequel

Carrollton, Texas (PressExposure) December 21, 2009 -- With the success of the Character Education series launched in August of 2008, the Achiever McBeaver educator team is set to roll out a new bullying prevention series. Like the original Achiever Radio series, the bullying prevention program will consist of 36 short “cartoon radio” episodes that are to be played weekly and the radio shows will continue to utilize the school PA/sound system for the main delivery of content.

The radio shows have been highly successful across the country because of the program’s ease of use, simple delivery format, and time saving nature. In an economic time where counselors, teachers, and principals are stretched to do much more with much less, the Achiever Radio Programs are a fun and simple way to deliver school wide character values instruction without having to drain important time or resources from regular classroom instruction.

In the new bullying prevention series, the high energy and extreme craziness returns as resident bad guy Wonkers the Weasel has a whole new set of wicked plans cooked up for The College Crew. In this radio adventure program, Wonkers realizes that in series 1 he didn't do a very good job attacking the moral character of the college kids at Big Forest State, so now Wonkers attempts to break up friendships, damage relationships, and cause one major interpersonal crisis after another! But like always, Achiever and Pester work together to help their friends overcome Wonkers' sneaky and underhanded schemes.

Now, we don’t want to give any plot lines away, but we hear Pester becomes friends with some aliens …even outer space isn’t safe from our nutty squirrel!

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Press Release Submitted On: December 21, 2009 at 4:49 am
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