On Feb. 4 at Sealy High School the parents, school nurses, school resource officers and administrators received an up-close and personal presentation hosted by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Watch UR BAC program (in cooperation with TxDOT) on the recent trends in alcohol and drugs.
The program covered a variety of topics from items sold in smoke shops and convenient stores to stash containers. The presenters, Bobbi Brooks and Terri Miller wanted to thoroughly equip the audience with eye-opening information which could help to protect youths against risky and dangerous behaviors.
Prior to the program, those in attendance were given the chance to tour the mock teen bedroom for the purpose of identifying inappropriate items disguised in plain sight. Unfortunately, many failed that test. The Sealy ISD and the Sealy School Health Advisory Committee helped sponsor the program.