For Youth

Elizabethtown Area Communities That Care will foster collaborative community-wide initiatives involving schools, parents, neighborhoods, businesses and others that encourage and enable the youth of our community to become productive and valued citizens.

For Parents

Elizabethtown Area Communities That Care will foster collaborative community-wide initiatives involving schools, parents, neighborhoods, businesses and others that encourage and enable the youth of our community to become productive and valued citizens.

Community Coalition

Elizabethtown Area Communities That Care will foster collaborative community-wide initiatives involving schools, parents, neighborhoods, businesses and others that encourage and enable the youth of our community to become productive and valued citizens.

Plant the Promise

Plant the Promise is a wonderful way to celebrate Red Ribbon Week. Students  plant red flower bulbs during Red Ribbon Week, which bloom in the Spring and serve as a reminder of the importance and the beauty of a drug free life. Additionally, it provides a chance to enjoy the outdoors, connect with nature, take a break from daily stress and see the rewards of something beautiful you’ve nurtured.

 

The purpose of Red Ribbon Week is to present a visible commitment to living a safe, healthy, and drug-free life. The campaign is designed to create awareness concerning the problems related to the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs and to support the decision to live a drug-free lifestyle.  The Red Ribbon Week (RRW) campaign is observed each October in the United States.  This year the entire Elizabethtown Area School District participated over a two week period starting on Monday, October 23, 2017.  Students in every school building planted red tulips in front of their school and had a lesson on choosing a healthy lifestyle.  The High School’s Paws…and Think group worked hard with EACTC to make all the planting events a success.  

EAHS
Paws...and Think members preparing the bulbs and pledges for Elementary students.
EAHS
Paws...and Think members decorating the High School for Red Ribbon Week.
Mill Road Elementary
Students planting bulbs in front of Mill Road.
Mill Road Elementary
Students holding the "Keys to Success".
East High Elementary
Students holding the "Keys to Success".
Rheems Elementary
Students holding the "Keys to Success".
Rheems
Elementary students learning about making healthy choices for their bodies.
Bear Creek
Red Ribbons decorating the lockers of students.
EAHS
Students planting bulbs in front of the High School.
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Students and Paws...and Think members after planting bulbs.

Did you know….

Children of parents who talk to their teens regularly about drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs than those who don’t, yet only a quarter of teens report having these conversations.