Levy will be given a motivational speech Tuesday night in the J.H. Williams Middle School Cafeteria, starting at 7 p.m.
It is free to the public.
Levy, an Abbeville native, is a former drug user and spent a few years in prison because of drugs.
Today, he is trying to do his part to steer students and adults, of drug, alcohol, good and bad parenting, as well as, getting a good education.
“We want to try to get a message to the parents and to the students,” said Levy.
Levy said he wants to instill that every student is important and can make a difference in life. He said certain students face many obstacles such as family and finances. He wants to make sure every student is important and has a reason to get up in the morning to attend school.
He wants to offer support he said some children are lacking.
“When they (child) go to school, and he is overlooked by their parents, and teachers, the child could be asking,” What the heck do I have to succeed for? No one is caring anyway. With those obstacles, Levy said he understands why a child would quit school, get pregnant and do drugs.
He said he will also speak on bullying.