CLAYTON — Northmont High School’s SADD chapter (Students Against Destructive Decisions) received a $1000 grant from Allstate.
Pictured is SADD’s teacher advisor Sheree Coffman with SADD students and the banner that they had signed by students pledging not to text and drive.
For 35 years, SADD has been the leading organization committed to saving lives by empowering teens to stand strong against destructive decisions.
Since its foundation in 1981, SADD has impacted the lives of millions: students, friends, parents, school & community leaders, law enforcement officials, and more. The strong connections that these groups built with SADD has resonated and grown into a brand that is recognized across the nation as a remarkable experience, equipping teens to become leaders and role models in their home communities and across the nation.
Because motor vehicular crashes remain the number one killer of teens today, until statistics change, SADD’s core focus will remain traffic safety; however, the issues that teens face on a daily basis have expanded.
In 1997, SADD expanded its mission to include other emerging issues, such as substance abuse, suicide, depression, bullying, violence, body image, and more. SADD does its best to equip students with the best, most effective resources to take the lead on the issues that matter to them.