MHS students overestimate number of peers doing drugs – SRSLY Manchester begins campaign to change misconceptions
SRSLY Manchester has kicked off their third year doing the Most Teens Don't Use positive social norms campaign. This year SLS has a special video they made explaining the campaign and it's impact! Check it out!
Math & Science Night has come and gone. As always SRSLY Manchester has thoroughly enjoyed their time at Math & Science Night and are blown away by all the smart youth that come by our room.
We had the wonderful Alison Cox the Manchester's Designated Youth Tobacco Representative show up with her gloriously gross pig lungs and educated us all on the dangers of tobacco use.
Mya Enzer, one of SRSLY Manchester's 7th grade members taught Manchester's youth about medicine safety and the importance of disposing of medication properly.
We also celebrated the success of Manchester's very own Red Barrel program by having a guess contest. Manchester youth guessed how many pounds of medication they thought our Red Barrel had collected and disposed of since it first opened. Out of the almost thirty entries one lucky winner received a $10 iTunes Gift Card! The answer?.... 273 POUNDS!!!!
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The Manchester Voices Coalition and Students Leading Students have kicked off a new positive social norm campaign titled “MOST Teens Don’t Use”. This campaign celebrates teens that are making healthy choices when it comes to marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco use... CLICK HERE to LEARN MORE...