President's Physical Fitness Test begins on 04/22/2013
Remember everyone we start with the mile run on 04/22 and 04/23.
Lieutenant Leonard - Head of security at Holy Cross College spoke to the class about safety on campus. He presented information on safety questions and procedures that need to be followed at every college campus, as well as private housing. Theft identity is a big issue today and the Lieutenant addressed the adverse affect of sharing pin numbers and ID cards.
Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms
Mr. John Pijaca was the quest speaker in the Managing Your Life course. John has been in law enforcement for over 18 years starting his career in New York City. He has worked in many departments of law enforcement, and home land security, ranging from narcotics, drug trafficing, tobacco trafficing, security, weapons and explosives.
Mrs. Lauren Boulanger provided valuable information to the Managing Your Life class. Mrs. Boulanger teaches Spanish at the high school, and is also a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist.
Mrs. Boulanger presented a power point that highlighted and explained the training, certification process and costs associated with this profession.
Different types of massage, stretching, injury prevention and stress reduction techniques were discussed. Simple breathing and relaxation techniques were practiced. Theories focused on disconnecting with others, reconnecting with yourself and setting healthy boundaries to maintain a healthy life.
Dr. Ben Leiberman shared his educational and professional experience with the juniors and seniors in Managing Your Life. A power point presentation highlighted his educational background, couse requirements and discussed a variety of medical careers in todays Health fields. Questions were taken on career choices, as well as issues surrounding adolescent health issues. Dr. Leiberman is the school doctor for sports exams and at sporting events.
Flock of Flamingos
Thank you to all that participated to the Flock Of Flamigo Fund Raiser sponsored by the students of SADD. These donations assist studetns with bnringing programs to the school and community.
The Grafton High School SADD program has received recognition from the National Safety Youth Council for their outstanding work in and around the community. Throughout the year SADD participated in and provided workshops, speaker presentations, whole school assemblies, seatbelt checks, No Texting while Driving campaigns, bumper stickers, National Youth Night, etc. Their mission is to provide the school and the community with information to deal with a variey of safety issues. Great Job!!!!