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Hidden in Plain Sight Event Offers Parents Insight on Teen Drug Prevention


Snoqualmie Valley parents and guardians are invited to a special “Hidden in Plain Sight” event at Mount Si High School – designed to help equip parents to be able to identify signs in the home of possible teen drug or alcohol use. 


NEW UPDATE:  The event first advertised on October 29 is now full, so another opportunity has been added for Wednesday, October 30, also 7-9 p.m.: Click here to register for October 30:   (Space is limited for this free event so please register online by October 27.)  


The Hidden in Plain Sight initiative uses an interactive display of a teenager’s bedroom to help guardians learn how to spot signs of possible at-risk behaviors. Tips will be provided by health and safety professionals that will help empower parents to communicate with their student, with a goal to help prevent youth substance use and strengthen their parent-teen relationship.


This opportunity is for guardians-only, and is geared for families of middle school and high school students.


Several community partners are sponsoring this event including: the Snoqualmie Valley School District, Snoqualmie Valley Community Network, Mount Si High School, Mount Si PTSA, City of Snoqualmie, City of North Bend, Snoqualmie/North Bend Police, Snoqualmie Fire & Rescue Department and Snoqualmie Valley PTSA Council, and Influence the Choice.


Oct. 29 Hidden in Plain sight flyer

Read the flyer.  NOTE: Another session on October 30 has been added since October 29 is full.