CHICAGO (WLS) -- As a mother, Ronda Howard knows how important it is for kids to have something to do after school.
"I was really volunteering in the schools and I saw and noticed that children were very angry and I wanted to come up with a program to help children have fun and release that anger," Howard said.
So she created the Bounce For Joy Project with Dr. Dakeda Horton, a former social worker at the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center. The project is focused on teaching kids how to handle negative emotions, like anger.
To read more of Jayln Henderson's article, please click here.