Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
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Upcoming Event:
Guest Speaker Craig Tornquist


On February 8, 2019 beginning at 2:08pm we welcome National Speaker, Craig Tornquist for an all-school assembly. Craig has performed stand-up comedy shows across the United States promoting safe and healthy decision-making among youth. In a Funny Thing Happened on My Way to High School, Craig uses student volunteers to demonstrate how school is the perfect place for teens to discover their own unique talents, then turn those talents into careers they will love. By sharing his childhood dream of becoming a professional comedian, Craig opens the door for students  to begin visualizing themselves two decades from now.

The program climaxes with an improv game called Talk Show, during which students take center stage…as their future selves. In the end, Craig will encourage all students to develop and pursue their own dreams. At the same time, he will challenge them to realize that the choices they make now regarding drugs, alcohol, bullying, social media, texting while driving, and seat-belt use, will directly impact their opportunities for success after graduation. Parents are welcome to attend. Special thanks to the Jennie Fund for sponsoring this event.

SADD is a national organization with hundreds of chapters throughout the United States. SADD is the power and caring of young people united to defeat the elements that can be destructive to a healthy and productive life for teenagers. SADD attempts to take the lead in empowering young people to create a path of wellness not only for themselves but also family and friends.  Membership is open to all students who accept these goals:

  • To end underage drinking, drunk driving, drug abuse, and other destructive decisions
  • Not to ride with a driver who has been drinking or using drugs
  • To help others do the same

Why Join SADD?

  • SADD is an organization that is student-driven and adult-encouraged
  • SADD promotes positive reinforcement and positive alternatives to destructive behaviors
  • SADD’s goals are action-oriented
  • SADD not only addresses the issues of drunk driving, but it also covers other issues that young adults are dealing with today
  • SADD empowers students to empower themselves
  • SADD offers safe alternatives

For more information on SADD International, click here.

Other sites of interest for SADD members:

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Interested in joining SADD?
Linda Janick x101
Office Manager

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St. Thomas More High School
2601 East Morgan Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53207

Phone: (414) 481-8370
Fax: (414) 481-3382
Email: [email protected]

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