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West Orange School District Invites Community to DEA Drug Awareness Presentation, "Hidden in Plain Sight," on Nov. 14

WEST ORANGE, NJ - The West Orange School District invites the community to attend the Drug Awareness presentation, “Hidden in Plain Sight,” to be held in the West Orange High School auditorium on Nov. 14 beginning at 7:00 pm.

  

Hidden in Plain Sight is a program designed to help parents of teens recognize unfamiliar hazards that are often in plain sight. DEA Special Agent Timothy McMahon will guide attendees through an exhibit and explain substance abuse trends, signs and symptoms in an effort to provide resources for parents and community members to help keep children healthy and drug-free.

 

“This is a district-wide program,” stated West Orange School District Director of Student Personnel Services/School Counseling Cheryl Butler, “and we would like to invite all parents in our community to attend.”

 

For more information, contact Special Agent Timothy McMahon of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) at Timothy.P.McMahon@usdoj.gov or the Student Assistance Counseling Department at West Orange High School at 973-669-5301, ext. 31552 or ext. 31557.

 

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Cynthia Cumming
Oct. 4, 2018