SJHS Students Make Pledge to Keep Hands Off Drugs

Ella Bilyeu / SJHS Student.

Tuesday afternoon, Sheridan Junior High School students made their pledge visible to refrain from illegal drug use.

SJHS School counselor Raili Emery and Superintendent Scott Shultz explained the dangers of illegal drugs and the long lasting effects drugs can have on children and teenagers.

Students taking the pledge painted, printed, and signed their names on the hallway walls. Students who signed up in the past were offered time to renew their commitment by adding a new date and signature next to their existing handprint. Sheridan Police Officers were present to assist students with the handprints, and thank them for their commitment to not use drugs.

Photos by Steven Schreffler

Corporal Phillip, Officer Hawkins, Officer Swaney
Corporal Phillip, Officer Hawkins, Officer Swaney
Officer Swaney, Madyson Kaszas
Officer Swaney, Madyson Kaszas
Madyson Kaszas
Madyson Kaszas
Ella bilyeu
Ella Bilyeu
Abraham Hughes
Abraham Hughes
Officer Murray and Abraham Hughes
Officer Murray and Abraham Hughes
Scott Stults - Superintendent
SJHS Counselor Raili Emery.


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