#1 Question: Is It Good for the Children?

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What if every day, in every activity we do and in every decision we make,
we asked ourselves,

The #1 Question: “Is It Good for the Children?”

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In 2007, Rock Hill City Council adopted the #1 Question: Is It Good for the Children campaign, with a goal to further strengthen Rock Hill as a livable city that recognizes the importance of all children and youth in our community.

Campaign Goals:

  • To alert our community to the many positive youth resources that currently exist
  • To help our community recognize the impact of the decisions they make daily and how they ultimately affect the children and youth of Rock Hill.

Achieving the Goals:

With the support of City Council, the Commission for Children and Youth and the Ambassadors for the #1 Question Campaign will utilize these steps to achieve these very important goals:

  • Making businesses, governments, educational institutions and the general public aware of the status of children and youth in the Rock Hill area.
  • Asking these groups to commit to making the welfare of children, youth and families a priority.
  • Demonstrating their commitment through the decisions that they make.

Community Initiatives:

The community as a whole has worked together to develop initiatives that reflect the spirit of The #1 Question. 

Challenge Based Learning
Community Gardens
 Countdown to Kindergarten
 Eat Smart, Move More
 Rock Hill Reads
 Rock Hill Schools Town Hall Meetings
   

Community Resources:

Please visit these community resources for assistance and additional information.

  • For family-friendly activities and visitor information, visit RockHillRocks.com.
  • For vital services in the Rock Hill Community visit, United Way of Rock Hill 2-1-1.  Call 2-1-1 anytime, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to link to vital services in Rock Hill. You can also call 2-1-1 toll free at 1-866-892-9211. This service is free and is available in multiple languages.
  • Visit the Facebook page for The #1 Question.

What if every day, in every activity we do and in every decision we make,
we asked ourselves,

The #1 Question: “Is It Good for the Children?”