Students Against Destructive Decisions

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)- SADD, formerly known as Students Against Drunk Driving, is a nationwide program that is located in most junior high and high schools. SADD club members promote awareness and educate students about ways to handle the challenging decisions teens face (underage drinking, drug use, suicide, and many other issues). Two of the events SADD members coordinate are Red Ribbon Week and the Great American Smoke-out. Both events promote the awareness of the dangers of alcohol, other drugs, and tobacco.

SADD meets every other Thursday from 2:30-4:00 in the Guidance Office. Eighth and ninth grade students can join by talking to Mr. Stinson in Guidance. Students will need a parent permission slip to take the after-school bus home.