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Drug education collaboration lauched in Kendall Schools

KENDALL – The Kendall Central School District has begun a collaboration with school, law enforcement and social service agencies to educate students and their families about drugs, the dangers of driving while impaired, texting while driving, bullying and cyber bullying, School Superintendent Julie Christensen announced.

Special attention will be given to drug abuse, with the help of law enforcement agencies. Information will be given to students during school hours, while evening programs will be scheduled for parents.

“We need to educate everyone to stop the use of drugs in our area,” Christensen said. “We hope to begin offering education sessions this year and make it a series of sessions next school year.”