Students were asked three questions:
1) What about school stresses you out?
2) What are teachers doing to help with that stress?
3) Are there outside factors that add to that stress?
The clip above is a short summary of honest and earnest responses by our students.
As students we are taught the science behind why smoking marijuana is bad for your health. In the following videos we want to highlight the real life consequences you can encounter for smoking marijuana or using any substance. This video will demonstrate the school, extracurricular, and family consequences. For more information, please visit The National Institute of Drug Abuse.
BHS Peer Leaders were asked, “what does it take to have a successful freshman year?” The following video is their response and their advice to incoming freshman. They look forward to welcoming their BHS classmates and also look forward to seeing them at the Incoming Freshman Fair on June 18th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on Cypress Field.
Peer Leaders answer questions asked by Brookline middle school students about underage drinking and drug use.
This video was created in partnership with the office of District Attorney Morrissey.
In October the Jennifer A. Lynch Committee hosted a Healthy Relationships Video Contest. The Peer Leaders eagerly created the video above as their submission. Thank you so much to the committee and Pat Norling for their continued inspiration in the fight against domestic violence.