Jun 16 2015
Apr 07 2015
The next JCCTCC Meeting will be May 11th at noon
The meeting will take place at the Holton School District Office Conference Room in Holton
Please RSVP to email@example.com
for catering order by Friday, May 8th at noon.
Mar 23 2015
Jackson County Youth Coalition Members met at Jhetts on Monday, March 23 to participate in a Sticker Shock Campaign. Ten businesses in Hoyt and Holton participated this year to help prevent purchase of alcohol for underage drinking.
Oct 27 2014
by Zack Lux
October 22, 2014
The fourth grade has been participating in the G.R.E.A.T. program. GREAT stands for Gang Resistance Education And Training. Officer Calvert has been coming in for six weeks and talking about bullying and anti-drug things. He gave the students different scenarios and the kids had to act appropriately.
Wednesday, October 22nd was their graduation day. Officer Calvert presented them with a certificate and Mr. Slay gave them a medal. Great job 4th grade!
Mrs. Roach stated, “GREAT is great for teaching hands on strategies.”
Chloe added, “I like that he came in a lot and it led up to different stuff every day.”
Sep 22 2014
Feb 21 2014
March 10th-14th The JCCTCC is promoting as Social Media Blast week.
With the ever increasing trends in use and abuse of social media, parents today may wonder how they can best help their school age children navigate this landscape. Part of today’s challenge includes knowing where to look for factual and accurate information regarding social media topics. The links and sites referenced during the Social Media Blast week will attempt to provide you with some basics of the social media world. Start with “7 Social Media Safety Tips” at social-media-safety?cmpid=obinsite
Watch your school communication & web sites March 10th – 14th for more specific informational resources regarding Twitter, Snapchat, Kik Messenger, Sexting and Cyberbullying.
Feb 06 2014
Jan 30 2014
National Drug Facts Week, January 27-February 2, helps us focus on the science behind drugs and clarify the many myths about addiction and drugs that teens pick up from the Internet, TV, movies, music and friends. Help us get the word out by sharing this message and finding out more truth.
Shatter the Myths about drugs! Everyday, teens are bombarded with conflicting messages that may leave them feeling confused and unsure of who to ask for information about drug use. With 7.4% of teens reporting abuse of prescription drugs in the past year and 23% of 12th graders reporting using marijuana in the past month, it’s crucial to reach teens with the facts!
Take the National Drug IQ Challenge for National Drug Facts Week at: iqchallenge