The following pictures are from TFK Week 2016! Thank you to all who participated.
Pictured here are signed pledged cards from Archbishop Spalding High School’s TFK Week. Resources were available on how to stay tobacco-free.
The Students Against Destructive Decisions club members at Archbishop Spalding High School set up a table outside the cafeteria with their pledge cards and club sign.
Archbishop Spalding High School table display during TFK Week.
School nurse, Cheryl McNerney presents the “Tar Jar” during TFK Week at Jacobsville Elementary. The 4th and 5th grade students quoted a fact about tobacco for a prize.
Cheryl McNerney and Rhonda Adolfo stand in front of their TFK Week presentation at Jacobsville Elementary.
Corey Remus, Kate Greenhill and Chase Miller, 5th grade students at Ridgeway Elementary take turns touching and examining the “Smokers Lung”.
Donna Vernon, the school nurse at Ridgeway Elementary passes around the “Smokers Lung” for 5th grade students to examine. Jack Hampson and Kevin Argumedo are pictured here.
The 5th grade students at Ridgeway Elementary eagerly raise their hands to participate in trivia questions about tobacco.
Poster (1 of 2) from individual poster contest held at Woodside Elementary.
Poster (2 of 2) from individual poster contest held at Woodside Elementary.
Health Educator, Mariah Fortman, stands with School nurse Sue Wingard and Woodside Elementary’s individual poster prizes.
Students at Richard Henry Lee Elementary School signing the pledge wall, stating “I will not smoke”.
Pledge wall set up during all lunches at Woodside Elementary for students to sign.
4th grade students at Woodside Elementary signing the pledge wall.
Students Against Destructive Decisions club members at George Fox Middle School set up outlines of their bodies throughout the school. Included were facts about tobacco and the negative health effects.
One of the many body outlines that students at George Fox Middle set up throughout the school. Peers would walk by and see the fact included in the outline.
School Nurse, Susan Comly stands outside the TFK Week display, where students were able to sign a pledge wall, pledge cards, and gather information on how to stay tobacco-free.
A Student at Southern High School signs the pledge wall during TFK Week, committing to be tobacco-free!