A spirited hallway decoration contest sponsored by the SCAHS Chapter of the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) helped kick off this year's Red Ribbon Week celebration in the High School. Each class was asked to decorate a designated hallway to portray this year's campaign theme, Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free. "The students really put a lot of time and effort into decorating and making this a great demonstration of drug awareness and prevention," stated SADD co-advisor School Nurse Alexis Spade. "The students worked hard and really showed their dedication and talents through the hallway decorations."   The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the Nation and is a way for people and communities take a visible stand against drugs. Each year's Red Ribbon campaign is designed to provide postive and fun activities while raising public awareness about the dangers of drug abuse. This year's celebration at SCA surely achieved that goal!  Congrats and many thanks to our students and advisors for their enthusiastic efforts in preventing substance abuse among youth. Keep up the good fight in taking a stand against illegal drug use!
 
Congratulations to the Sophomores (Class of 2018) who won the decorating contest with their Minion themed hallway!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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