Poster creators give good advice


Indian Lake 4th grade students created posters that will hang throughout the hallways of the elementary school encouraging others to develop healthy behaviors. They were inspired by the high school’s SADD Chapter presentations during February. SADD members selected winners of the poster contest and presented the chosen fourth graders with prizes. The posters highlight the serious issues the SADD members talked about, including Internet and cell phone safety, avoiding prescription drugs and tobacco, stranger danger, bicycle safety and limiting video game play. SADD advisor Deb Metzger said she hopes these older students can serve as role models and influence the elementary children to make positive choices. From left are SADD member Morgan Evilsizor, Jaise Lawrence, Devin Rice, Molly Partington, Savannah Hill, Chloe Sparks and SADD member Lindsey Huffman.

Indian Lake 4th grade students created posters that will hang throughout the hallways of the elementary school encouraging others to develop healthy behaviors. They were inspired by the high school’s SADD Chapter presentations during February. SADD members selected winners of the poster contest and presented the chosen fourth graders with prizes. The posters highlight the serious issues the SADD members talked about, including Internet and cell phone safety, avoiding prescription drugs and tobacco, stranger danger, bicycle safety and limiting video game play. SADD advisor Deb Metzger said she hopes these older students can serve as role models and influence the elementary children to make positive choices. From left are SADD member Morgan Evilsizor, Jaise Lawrence, Devin Rice, Molly Partington, Savannah Hill, Chloe Sparks and SADD member Lindsey Huffman.


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Indian Lake 4th grade students created posters that will hang throughout the hallways of the elementary school encouraging others to develop healthy behaviors. They were inspired by the high school’s SADD Chapter presentations during February. SADD members selected winners of the poster contest and presented the chosen fourth graders with prizes. The posters highlight the serious issues the SADD members talked about, including Internet and cell phone safety, avoiding prescription drugs and tobacco, stranger danger, bicycle safety and limiting video game play. SADD advisor Deb Metzger said she hopes these older students can serve as role models and influence the elementary children to make positive choices. From left are SADD member Morgan Evilsizor, Jaise Lawrence, Devin Rice, Molly Partington, Savannah Hill, Chloe Sparks and SADD member Lindsey Huffman.

Indian Lake 4th grade students created posters that will hang throughout the hallways of the elementary school encouraging others to develop healthy behaviors. They were inspired by the high school’s SADD Chapter presentations during February. SADD members selected winners of the poster contest and presented the chosen fourth graders with prizes. The posters highlight the serious issues the SADD members talked about, including Internet and cell phone safety, avoiding prescription drugs and tobacco, stranger danger, bicycle safety and limiting video game play. SADD advisor Deb Metzger said she hopes these older students can serve as role models and influence the elementary children to make positive choices. From left are SADD member Morgan Evilsizor, Jaise Lawrence, Devin Rice, Molly Partington, Savannah Hill, Chloe Sparks and SADD member Lindsey Huffman.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/03/web1_SADD-Poster-Winners-2016-1.jpgIndian Lake 4th grade students created posters that will hang throughout the hallways of the elementary school encouraging others to develop healthy behaviors. They were inspired by the high school’s SADD Chapter presentations during February. SADD members selected winners of the poster contest and presented the chosen fourth graders with prizes. The posters highlight the serious issues the SADD members talked about, including Internet and cell phone safety, avoiding prescription drugs and tobacco, stranger danger, bicycle safety and limiting video game play. SADD advisor Deb Metzger said she hopes these older students can serve as role models and influence the elementary children to make positive choices. From left are SADD member Morgan Evilsizor, Jaise Lawrence, Devin Rice, Molly Partington, Savannah Hill, Chloe Sparks and SADD member Lindsey Huffman. Submitted photo