Education & Community Health Pathway Students Lead Peer Workshops
11th grade students in the Education and Community Health Pathway made presentations and lead workshops in classes across Skyline geared toward educating their fellow students about the dangers of using tobacco, drugs and alcohol. The workshops are 100% designed and executed by the students and are culmination of a unit focusing on the effects of said drugs on the mind and body as well as the particular effects they have on the teenage brain. Student presented a total of 16 workshops to fellow Skyline students throughout last week.
Photo:Presenters lead a workshop on the effects of alcohol in which
they have a student volunteer wear a pair of glasses that simulates
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