Rahway Students Are ‘Too Good For Drugs’

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RAHWAY — Sixth grade students from Franklin Elementary School in Rahway celebrated the completion of an 8-week long program entitled ‘Too Good For Drugs,’ which was sponsored by Prevention Links. The program was designed to foster essential social and emotional learning skills that have been linked to healthy development and academic success. Prevention Links is a New jersey-based non-profit organization that specializes in educating young people on the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and substance-related issues.


Pictured here are sixth grade students Devon Bertram, Javon Cruz, Brianna Dubinin, and Anesha Connor (from left to right) along with Prevention Links’ educator, Stacey Legg (center), as they celebrate with pretzels from the Philly Pretzel Factory. (Photo courtesy of Franklin School)

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