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National Prevention Week is held each year near the start of summer. Summer is a season filled with celebrations and recreational activities where substance use and abuse can happen, such as graduation parties, proms, weddings, sporting events, and outdoor activities. National Prevention Week is timed to allow schools to take part in a prevention-themed event before the school year ends, raising awareness in students of all ages.

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Monday, April 7, the students of Humboldt High School were treated to a new experience as they participated in the Tennessee Department of Safety’s program THINK FAST.  It was an interactive awareness game show that appealed to all high school ages with its MTV style production set, mainstream music and videos, an interesting host and informative and engaging trivia.  ThinkFast utilizes the Fleetwood Audience Response System technology with wireless remote controls, which allows the entire audience (up to 250 teams, up to 5 per team) to play at one time!  From start to finish, messages of p

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National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) is a coalition of nearly 70 national nonprofit organizations, business and industry partners, and federal government agencies that all address the health and safety of youth in the United States.

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