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Initiative to Help Parents Spot Signs of Risky Behavior in their Children

The All In Clayton Coalition is hosting an initiative on Monday, Mar. 9 called "Hidden In Plain View" to help parents spot signs of risky behavior in their children.


Parents are encouraged to drop by CHS anytime between the hours of 3:30 and 8:30 p.m. - during parent-teacher conferences - to explore an interactive display of a teenager's bedroom containing over 70 items that could signal a young person is involved in risky activities. Learn how to spot warning signs and get tips for talking with kids about the dangers of alcohol and drug use.


We hope all parents/guardians/caretakers of Clayton students will come by on Mar. 9 as this initiative will certainly help in recognizing signs of youth alcohol and/or drug use in your home.

Hidden In Plain View