TATU (TEENS AGAINST TOBACCO USE) & TEENS IN THE DRIVER SEAT

  • TATU

    To use the commitment and skills necessary as a tobacco-free teen role model with younger children, so they will make the healthy choice to stay tobacco free and to be an advocate for tobacco control in your community.

     

    Goals

     The goals of TATU are to teach children and teens the effects of using tobacco.

     

    Activities

    The club performs for the students at elementary schools.  They teach children about the harmful effects of smoking.  The club works as a group, planning and practicing their own skits, attend conferences and camps with other students around the state to share their experiences and learn more about the harm and effects of tobacco.

     

    Meetings and How to Join

    TATU meets each Monday fat 8:15 am and as needed to prepare presentations. This group is open to any 7th or 8th grade student who is committed to being tobacco free and enjoy creating skits, preparing presentations and speaking to younger students about the unhealthy and dangerous effects of tobacco use.

     



     

     

     

     


     

     

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