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