Campus is tobacco free


On Wednesday, SEED (Students Encouraging Educated Decisions) students, Camren Stewart, Aricka Lutz, Averie Lutz, and Jasmin Kenzie, presented a new tobacco free and no smoking on school grounds sign to the Principal Matt Smith at Swanton Middle School. Throughout the year, students learn about the dangers of drugs, and chose as their project to make changes to the current tobacco sign. These students advocated during the previous school year for an updated tobacco free sign, to make it more specific in wording, and make the size and colors more visible to students and visitors. SACC congratulated all SEED students for their efforts throughout the year, and also, thanked Swanton Middle School administration for listening to the students’ concerns.

On Wednesday, SEED (Students Encouraging Educated Decisions) students, Camren Stewart, Aricka Lutz, Averie Lutz, and Jasmin Kenzie, presented a new tobacco free and no smoking on school grounds sign to the Principal Matt Smith at Swanton Middle School. Throughout the year, students learn about the dangers of drugs, and chose as their project to make changes to the current tobacco sign. These students advocated during the previous school year for an updated tobacco free sign, to make it more specific in wording, and make the size and colors more visible to students and visitors. SACC congratulated all SEED students for their efforts throughout the year, and also, thanked Swanton Middle School administration for listening to the students’ concerns.


On Wednesday, SEED (Students Encouraging Educated Decisions) students, Camren Stewart, Aricka Lutz, Averie Lutz, and Jasmin Kenzie, presented a new tobacco free and no smoking on school grounds sign to the Principal Matt Smith at Swanton Middle School. Throughout the year, students learn about the dangers of drugs, and chose as their project to make changes to the current tobacco sign. These students advocated during the previous school year for an updated tobacco free sign, to make it more specific in wording, and make the size and colors more visible to students and visitors. SACC congratulated all SEED students for their efforts throughout the year, and also, thanked Swanton Middle School administration for listening to the students’ concerns.

On Wednesday, SEED (Students Encouraging Educated Decisions) students, Camren Stewart, Aricka Lutz, Averie Lutz, and Jasmin Kenzie, presented a new tobacco free and no smoking on school grounds sign to the Principal Matt Smith at Swanton Middle School. Throughout the year, students learn about the dangers of drugs, and chose as their project to make changes to the current tobacco sign. These students advocated during the previous school year for an updated tobacco free sign, to make it more specific in wording, and make the size and colors more visible to students and visitors. SACC congratulated all SEED students for their efforts throughout the year, and also, thanked Swanton Middle School administration for listening to the students’ concerns.
http://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2017/09/web1_Sign-Picture.jpgOn Wednesday, SEED (Students Encouraging Educated Decisions) students, Camren Stewart, Aricka Lutz, Averie Lutz, and Jasmin Kenzie, presented a new tobacco free and no smoking on school grounds sign to the Principal Matt Smith at Swanton Middle School. Throughout the year, students learn about the dangers of drugs, and chose as their project to make changes to the current tobacco sign. These students advocated during the previous school year for an updated tobacco free sign, to make it more specific in wording, and make the size and colors more visible to students and visitors. SACC congratulated all SEED students for their efforts throughout the year, and also, thanked Swanton Middle School administration for listening to the students’ concerns.

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