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Hats Off to Being Drug Free News Special Events 

Hats Off to Being Drug Free

Friday, October 30 the Northern Bedford high school and middle schoolers celebrated the end of Red Ribbon Week with “Hats Off to Being Drug Free” by wearing a hat of their choice. Many students participated in this. Dennis Haskins is shown below wearing a hat. Many people get into the wrong crowds and are pressured into doing drugs. One way to make sure that doesn’t happen to you is to know that it is okay to say no. You always have the choice to say no. Nobody can make you…

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Celebrate Drug Free and Grim Reaper Day Focus News Special Events 

Celebrate Drug Free and Grim Reaper Day

On October 26, Northern Bedford’s high school and middle school began Red Ribbon Week with celebrating being drug free and Grim Reaper Day. Many of the students participated by wearing red. Below Krysta Kennedy is shown wearing a dark red shirt in celebration of being drug free. In celebration of Grim Reaper Day, the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) members are chosen to have their faces painted like those who would have died in a drunk-driving related accident. As statistics stand today; every 30 minutes someone dies of said accidents….

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SADD keeps busy News 

SADD keeps busy

SADD, or Students Against Destructive Decisions, is a club that focuses on steering teens in the right directions concerning underage drinking, tobacco use, and other illegal drug use. SADD was founded in 1981 by students in Wayland, Massachusetts; the club was originally called Students Against Drunk Driving. In 1997, SADD began sponsoring chapters in schools around the nation. SADD’s mission is simple: “To provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, and other destructive decisions.”…

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