The Union Recorder

April 19, 2013

BHS SADD students encourage peers to make wise choices

Vaishali Patel
The Union-Recorder


Baldwin High School SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) members displayed signs and encouraged peers and parents to buckle up as they left after school Thursday as part of the annual Click-It-Or-Ticket exercise. 

SADD members also transformed into ghosts to create awareness throughout the school about the 18 teenagers that die each day as a result of destructive decisions.

Seniors were given a shock earlier in the day with the consequences of poor decisions related to alcohol, drugs and texting through videos and performances just before prom Saturday.

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