Thank you for agreeing that "no superintendent in their right mind will ever use an ANONYUMOUS survey as justification for implementation for drug screening, intervention or treatment "for ALL students." Will you please e-mail our Springboro Schools Superintendent today and respectfully request that he remove the 2014 Pride Student Drug Use Survey from our new school year's agenda?<quoted text>
Although I don't necessarily disagree with many of your other points, no superintendent in their right mind will ever use an ANONYMOUS survey as justification for implementation for drug screening, intervention or treatment "for ALL students".
There are Three links on the Introduction page of the Pride survey on our website www.springboroschools.org ---
This question is answered on the 2014 Pride Student Drug Use Survey information link:
WHAT HAVE OTHER DISTRICTS DONE WITH THEIR DATA?
Design prevention initatives for students; Partner with community organizations to allow for FUNDING related to substance abuse prevention; Inform parents and community members of drug trends and discuss solutions for use; Change policy in the community in regards to underage drinking; Work with law enforcement to conduct compliance checks; WORK WITH SCHOOL STAFF TO IMPLEMENT SCREENING< BRIEF INTERVENTION, AND REFERRAL TO TREATMENT (SBIRT) FOR ALL STUDENTS.
Just in case that our school superintendent is not reading "taking it to extreme" on this topix gossip page, will YOU please e-mail our school superintendent and tell him to remove the Pride survey from our new school year agenda; because Springboro Families have every confidence that our school superintendent IS in his RIGHT MIND; and we strongly believe that our school superintendent is so busy that he hasn't even read this complete Coalition for a Drug-Free Greater Cincinnati Pride Survey.