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The following information is being shared by the City of Wadsworth, the Wadsworth Public Library and our school district as part of our effort to raise awareness of social issues that may impact our community.
Today, the city, library and school administrations announce the kickoff of a "Social Issues Awareness Campaign." The campaign is designed to offer information and resources on social issues that may impact our community. We encourage the community to follow and participate in the campaign. Take time today to make sure you receive and participate in city, library, or school social media sites and notification systems.
Updates can be found on the following Facebook pages (click on these links and “like” our pages): City of Wadsworth, Wadsworth Police Department, Wadsworth Fire and EMS Department, Wadsworth Utility Department, WCTV, and Wadsworth City Schools. There is a webpage on the Wadsworth City Schools, City of Wadsworth, and the Wadsworth Public Library websites dedicated to this campaign. Wadsworth City Schools will send out emails using the email database of parents and community members. If you are not currently receiving emails from me and would like to be added to the distribution list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you ever heard of Juuling? Read more about this new trend that parents/guardians need to be aware of in the "Start Talking! Building a Drug-Free Future" document from the Prevention Action Alliance, which can be viewed by clicking here. In addition, you can watch a news report on Juuling by clicking here.
April is alcohol awareness month. The dangers of underage drinking are detailed in the Start Talking! Building a Drug-Free Future document from the Prevention Action Alliance, which can be viewed by clicking here.
Our first message is in regards to the Tide Pod Challenge. To view the "Know, Empowering Parents to Raise Their Children to be Substance-Free" message regarding the Tide Pod Challenge, please click here.