🗓️ Date: Thursday, November 9th
🕕 Time: 6:00 PM
🏫 Location: High School Cafeteria
Here's what you can expect at this event:
🎙️ Insights from Guy Baker and an expert panel featuring school, hospital, DEA, and local law enforcement representatives.
📚 Information about how MWISD is educating students on fentanyl risks and supporting addiction-related issues.
The DEA's "One Pill Can Kill" campaign aims to inform the public about the hazards of counterfeit pills and how to keep our community safe. Shockingly, 7 out of 10 pills tested for fentanyl contain lethal doses.
👨👩👦👦 We urge parents and guardians to engage in this crucial conversation with their loved ones. Your participation can make a difference and potentially save lives.
To make the evening more enjoyable and informative, we've arranged for refreshments:
🍔 Brisket sandwiches by the MWHS BBQ team
🍪 Chips, cookies, and drinks courtesy of PPGH
Your presence matters in the fight against fentanyl. Save the date - November 9th at 6:00 PM in the high school cafeteria. Together, let's protect our community and loved ones.