Drug and Alcohol Prevention Education
Students have a right to attend school in an environment conducive to learning. Since student drug, alcohol and tobacco use is illegal, harmful, and interferes with both effective learning and the healthy development of students, the school has a fundamental legal and ethical obligation to prevent unlawful drug, alcohol, and tobacco use and to maintain a drug-free educational environment.
In recognition of these concerns, the Ashland School District will implement a comprehensive prevention and early intervention program that reflects current research through:
- District Health Education Curriculum
- Other Designated Courses (Science & Social Studies)
- Designated Trained Staff Members
- Outside Community Agencies
If you have questions, please contact your child's school.
Drug and Alcohol Prevention Education Resources