Talk to your child

Talking to your children about drugs and alcohol can be a scary thing. But, these talks are essential in keeping our students on the right track in the life. Every child will experience peer pressure throughout the course of his/her life with the greatest amount of pressure occurring during the elementary, middle and high school years. Drugs and alcohol do not discriminate. They do not target the “bad” kids. ALL kids are affected and, at some point, will be exposed to drugs and alcohol.
It is important that the school, parents/guardians and members of our community work together to bring awareness to drugs and alcohol among our students. This is a rising problem not only in our own county but across the country, and talking openly with our students about the effects of drugs and alcohol is just the first step in fighting this rapidly growing problem.

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