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SADF leaders strengthen program by addressing integrity issues

Juniors Joe Fuller, Jeff Arnell and Judson Martin lead a canga line at a Safe Drug Free sponsored middle school mixer on Jan. 20.

Betsy Wait, Managing EiC Intern / Staff Writer

April 18, 2016

On March 15, the lunch room was abuzz with rumors of hypocrisy in the Safe and Drug Free programs at West. A controversial exposé revealing that a minority of drug free leaders engaged in drug and alcohol use elicited strong emotions from students, teachers and administrators alike.

Integrity in Parkway SADF falters with some student volunteers

DISCLAIMER: Student pictured above is not a member of Safe and Drug Free programs nor is quoted in the story.

Betsy Wait and Claire Smout

March 15, 2016

In the eyes of health teachers, high school students in Drug Free programs are role models for younger students on how to live a healthy lifestyle—for the most part.

Peer Teachers prepare for lessons

Reading from a picture book, senior Andrea Gordon presents the lesson to her group.

Ellie Widowski, Staff Writer

February 10, 2016

On Thursday, Jan. 28, 52 peer teaching students went on a field trip to the Ballwin Pointe to learn new lessons about character to teach middle school students.

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