Resources To Share With Students

Statistics show that adolescents who use drugs and alcohol have higher absentee rates, lower test scores and are responsible for more classroom disruptions compared to non-abusers. Students abusing substances cause low peer and faculty morale.

Learn how substance abuse contributes to poor school performance.
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Our goal is to educate parents and students about the dangers of substance abuse through positive goal orientated life skills training combined with drug awareness education.

In partnership with parents, school employees play an important yet challenging role in educating students about how drugs affect their body, brain and behavior.

Rockaway Borough Education Association in partnership with the Rockaway Borough Municipal Alliance Committee can assist to bring drug awareness and positive alternative programs to your classroom and to the community.
Our goal is to work together with the community to educate students and their parents about the dangers of adolescent substance abuse.

Read the latest article "Taking PRIDE in combating addition" from the June 2016 NJEA Review. click

Additional Resources:
NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse: Teachers Page
Order Free Publications for your classroom - click
Funds provided by a PRIDE in Education grant through the Rockaway Borough Education Association. Contact Us