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Dancing, the Anti-Drug

EA Hall Middle School students mark Red Ribbon Week with fun, informative events.

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 students marked last month's Red Ribbon Week with dance-offs and pledge-signing, turning an anti-drug and alcohol message into a party atmosphere at their school.

Kenya Edison, extended learning site coordinator at the Watsonville school, said kids had fun with the lunchtime events and showed off some smashin' dance moves she'd never seen before.

Messags like "Dancing is the Anit-Drug" and "Friends, the Anti-Drug" proliferated the middle school campus.

“By having student accept success as the only option, it leaves no room for choices to use or abuse substances such as alcohol, tobacco or drugs," Edison said. "We are teaching students to make better choices.

"Our motto is 'Success is the Only Option!'" she said.


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