The following pictures are from the TFK Week 2017 Instagram Contest. Congratulations to all winners!
WINNER BEST PHOTO – Richard Henry Lee Elementary Mahala H.
WINNER BEST DESIGN – Brooklyn Park Middle Joselyne FA., Kayvana MT.
WINNER BEST VIDE – Woodside Elementary Mahala H., Nakya C., Tori J., Kaidyn A., Da’Trin K., Deshawn B.
(View video below)
All Contest Submissions
Brooklyn Park Middle- Joselyne FA., Kayvana MT., Trinity T.
Fort Smallwood Elementary Christopher I.
Fort Smallwood Elementary Danielle R.
Fort Smallwood Elementary Daya S.
Fort Smallwood Elementary Hailey K.
Fort Smallwood Elementary Kelcie G.
Fort Smallwood Elementary Mia N.
Fort Smallwood Elementary Rachel R.
Hilltop Elementary Katherine T. Alyssa S.
Indian Creek School Cade F.
Indian Creek School Daniel M.
Indian Creek School Dylan C.
Indian Creek School James W.
Richard Henry Lee Elementary Iyonna S.
Woodside Elementary Samantha R , Brayden A
The following are pictures from throughout TFK Week 2017!
School nurse Peggy Avery-Sijgers presented the dangers of tobacco to fourth grade students at Jones Elementary School. She explained how cigarette smoking can harm nearly every organ in the body.
Teri Walos, school nurse at Corkran Middle School, set up a table display in the cafeteria. Students asked questions about the chemicals in a cigarette and read tobacco-related facts from her “lung disease” jacket.
The “Consequences of Smoking Display” was used at Odenton Elementary fifth grade classes. School nurse Jennifer Fernandez explained the negative effects of smoking.
Woodside Elementary student, Rachel F., was one of many fifth graders who presented an anti-tobacco PowerPoint to the second grade classes. The second grade students asked questions and learned about why they should never smoke.
The Chesapeake High School Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Chapter set up an interactive table display for Bodkin Elementary students during lunch. Activities included tobacco-related trivia questions, a healthy and unhealthy lung display and a mini presentation of the “Tobacco Ingredients Display.” Pictured are eleventh grade students, from left: Elizabeth B., Yasmeen H., Sydney G., Rebecca R., Carmen E., Alexandra H. and Kacey M.
Indian Creek School students pledged to say no to smoking and vaping during Tobacco-Free Kids Week.
Severn River Middle School nurse showcases her tobacco awareness display that was used during the school lunches.
Students at Severn River Middle School were eager to test their knowledge about smoking by taking the Smoking Stinks quiz. Students received a stylus pen and signed the tobacco-free pledge.
Students from Richard Henry Lee Elementary School helped create the tobacco-free pledge wall video. Students signed the wall during TFK Week.